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WPF Digital Mountain Chart

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With our award-winning WPF chart software, you can easily generate WPF Digital Mountain Charts in code using the FastMountainRenderableSeries with the IsDigitalLine property true.

Digital mountain charts can be used to render an XyDataSeries, XyyDataSeries (uses Y1 only) or OhlcDataSeries (renders close).


By setting Stroke you alter the line color, Fill alters the fill. The Mountain-Series supports semi-transparent and LinearGradientBrush fills and looks great!

Documentation Links

FastMountainRenderableSeries Type
XyDataSeries Type
What is a RenderableSeries?
DataSeries Types in SciChart
Common RenderableSeries Properties

The C#/WPF source code for the WPF Digital Mountain Chart Example is included below.

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The C#/WPF source code for the WPF Digital Mountain Chart example is included below (Scroll down!).

Did you know you can also view the source code from one of the following sources as well?

  1. Clone the SciChart.WPF.Examples from Github.
  2. Or, view source in the SciChart WPF Examples suite.
  3. Also the SciChart WPF Trial contains the full source for the examples (link below).


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