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I will continue to this question here, but with more details. So I need to be able to drag axis annotations separately. Is there any possible way to achieve this in iOS? Basically I subclassed SCIAxisMarkerAnnotation and implemented my own -onPanGesture:At: but it does not separate instances of the class when I try to drag one of the annoation. All moves to same place. How can I detect which annotation is being dragged?

CDAxisMarkerAnnotation.h

#import <SciChart/SciChart.h>
@class CDAxisMarkerAnnotation;

@protocol CDAxisMarkerAnnotationDelegate <NSObject>

- (void)axisMarkerAnnotation:(CDAxisMarkerAnnotation *)axisMarkerAnnotation
           didPanToAxisValue:(double)axisValue;

@end

@interface CDAxisMarkerAnnotation : SCIAxisMarkerAnnotation

@property (weak, nonatomic) id<CDAxisMarkerAnnotationDelegate> delegate;

@end

CDAxisMarkerAnnotation.m

#import "CDAxisMarkerAnnotation.h"

@implementation CDAxisMarkerAnnotation

- (BOOL)onPanGesture:(UIPanGestureRecognizer *)gesture At:(UIView *)view
{
    if (![view isKindOfClass:[SCIChartSurfaceView class]]) {
        return [super onPanGesture:gesture At:view];
    }

    switch (gesture.state) {
        case UIGestureRecognizerStateBegan:
        case UIGestureRecognizerStateChanged:
        case UIGestureRecognizerStateEnded: {
            CGPoint location = [gesture locationInView:view];
            id<SCIRenderSurface> renderSurface = [self.parentSurface renderSurface];
            CGPoint pointInChart = [renderSurface pointInChartFrame:location];
            id<SCICoordinateCalculator> yCalculator = [self.yAxis getCurrentCoordinateCalculator];
            double valueForYAxis = [yCalculator getDataValueFrom:pointInChart.y];
            [self.delegate axisMarkerAnnotation:self didPanToAxisValue:valueForYAxis];
            break;
        }
        default: {
            break;
        }
    }
    return YES;
}

@end

Thanks,
Irmak

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Hi,
I am currently trying the iOS Charting Library and want to implement a Column series with the drill-down functionality (when touching one of column points by end user). Does the charting component supports the hit-testing or selection feature to determine which point has been clicked at runtime?
Thanks!
Liza

  • liza yudup asked 5 years ago
  • last active 5 years ago
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I’m trying to create a spectrum viewer with your library. One important feature is a cursor supporting both automatic mode and manual mode. In automatic mode, it stays at the maximum value. In manual mode, it moves with finger panning. It’s close to the SCICursorModifier with the cross lines, but it should always stay on the plot even without touch. Also it should reside on real data points instead of anywhere in between like the SCIRolloverModifier instead of the SCICursorModifier.

Could you give me some advices about how to achieve it? Thanks.

EDIT: after reading more of your documents, I believe HorizontalLineAnnotation and VerticalLineAnnotation are the way to go. I have already added them as the automatic mode cursor. For the manual mode, I still need your help to achieve either:
1) a callback function for the VerticalLineAnnotation drag event, so that I could move both lines to the corresponding data point
or
2) a custom ZoomPanModifier to allow me to distinguish one point or two points touch: one point panning to move the whole plot and two points panning to determine the new cursor location and redraw the two annotations there

EDIT2: I was able to create a custom VerticalLineAnnotation class to handle the panning event. There is one more question left. Right now in order to update the verticallineannotation and horizontallineannotation on the graph, I remove them from sciChartSurface.annotations, change x/y locations and add them back. Is there a redraw or refresh or update function to call directly?

Thanks

  • Haoran Xie asked 2 years ago
  • last active 2 years ago
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From your documentation:

4.9 Annotations

SciChart features a rich Annotations API, that allows you to place UIKit UIElements over the chart.
SciChat provides a number of built-in annotations, but you can also create your own.

SCIBoxAnnotation, SCILineAnnotation and SCITextAnnotation are cool, but sometimes it’s not enough.

Is it possible to render UIView on the chart (at least UIImage)?
Is it possible to draw dashed line annotation?
Could you provide an example of creating custom annotation class?

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Trying to install SciChart.iOS NuGet package for Xamarin.iOS project results the following error:

Package SciChart.iOS 2.0.1.527 is not compatible with xamarinios10 (Xamarin.iOS,Version=v1.0). Package SciChart.iOS 2.0.1.527 supports: xamarinios (xamarin-ios,Version=v0.0)

Wondering what the heck is “xamarin-ios,Version=v0.0”? It must be xamarinios10. We’re considering to buy SciChart but right now our build server is stuck on this error. As a workaround, we raname xamarin-ios to xamarinios10 in the lib directory but this not an option for a cloud build server.

  • rubs00 asked 4 years ago
  • last active 4 years ago
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I’m updating from Xamarin iOS SciChart v2 to v3 and just hit the issue that i can not use a custom TickProvider because there is no overridable UpdateTicks method.

I could not find any TickProvider code in the v3 Examples so the docs are my only source:
https://www.scichart.com/documentation/ios/current/axis-ticks—tickprovider-and-deltacalculator-api.html

According to the docs, I should override SCINumericTickProvider or SCIDateTickProvider

class CustomNumericTickProvider: SCINumericTickProvider
{
    public override void UpdateTicks(SCIDoubleValues minorTicks, SCIDoubleValues majorTicks)
    {
       //...
    }
}

But there is no UpdateTicks method to override.
I tried to override the Update() method instead:

public override void Update()
{
    Ticks.Clear();

    Ticks.MajorTicks.Add(5);
    //...
}

But that is just causing a freeze/crash at runtime.

It’s worth noting that it works well on Android because there is a UpdateTicks method to override.

What should I do?

  • Wil O asked 1 year ago
  • last active 1 year ago
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In Android we are using initPlacementStrategy with HorizontalLineAnnotations to hide the axis label of annotation when the annotation is scrolled out of the view. So what is the equivalent way in iOS

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Hello

is there a way to set the padding (aka reduce the gap) between bars in a SCIFastColumnRenderableSeries?

I attach a screenshot of my current situation: I would like to have zero margin between columns.

I tried searching in the knowledge base but all the answers I found seem to refer to APIs not available in the iOS SDK

.

There is not such class method in the iOS SDK called SciChartSurface.Padding

Thanks for your help

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We are having an issue which is preventing us from upgrading to a newer version of Xamarin iOS SciChart.

With Xamarin iOS SciChart v3, the UpdateTicks method from SCINumericTickProvider cannot be overridden, because it doesn’t exist (at least not public).

In Xamarin Android SciChart v3, it works with overriding the UpdateTicks method.

In Xamarin iOS SciChart v2, it was possible to customize the ticks by overriding the method GetMajorTicksFromAxis from the class SCINumericTickProvider.

It looks like the types generation from iOS to Xamarin C# has missed to correctly export the UpdateTicks method as public overridable. (Because the docs say it should be there and it is there on Android Xamarin.)

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Hi,

I’d like to update the iOS version to the latest stable one (4.1.0), but after following the steps here: https://www.scichart.com/documentation/ios/current/integrating-scichart-libraries.html
Xcode keeps complaining:

framework not found SciChart.xcframework
clang: error: linker command failed with exit code 1

If I downgrade back to 3.1.1 everything works again. Any idea why the version 4.1.0 is not working? I’m using Pods to manage all dependencies.

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Hi SciChart team,

there is a working example that implement a Polar Chart type for iOS?
I was unable to find anything in the documentation. Only for WPF platform.
If not, there is a plan to support this kind of chart in next release of the library?

Thanks for the help.

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Hello!

Great work, thanks a lot for this framework!

Could you provide an example of animated inserting of a new point? My goal is to implement interpolation between previous retrieved and last point on the real-time line chart.

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Hello,

I need to display realtime chart with 20 series of data. My data is arriving at 500Hz. When I’m displaying this data, I find that after a while SciChart hangs with what appears to be a deadlock.

I’ve read as much as I can find about realtime graphing with SciChart and I started with tutorial 4 – Adding Realtime Updates. This article (https://www.scichart.com/questions/wpf/is-xydataseries-safe-to-being-changed-in-a-separate-thread) suggests that SciChart is thread safe so I tried using a second thread to feed data into a graph. My only change was to move from the main thread timer in the example to a GCD timer running at 500Hz. With this, I’m easily able to reproduce the deadlock in around 1.5 seconds.

Here is the main thread which is attempting to render:

Thread 1 Queue : com.apple.main-thread (serial)
#0  0x0000000192bc8c20 in __psynch_rw_rdlock ()
#1  0x0000000192ae4864 in _pthread_rwlock_lock_wait ()
#2  0x0000000192ae47fc in _pthread_rwlock_lock_slow$VARIANT$mp ()
#3  0x0000000104a93828 in -[SCIRenderableSeriesLock initWithRenderableSeries:] ()
#4  0x0000000104ab742c in -[SCIRenderSurfaceRenderer p_SCI_updateCoreData:renderPassState:viewportSize:] ()
#5  0x0000000104ab6f4c in -[SCIRenderSurfaceRenderer p_SCI_renderLoop:assetManager:renderPassState:] ()
#6  0x0000000104ab6dc4 in -[SCIRenderSurfaceRenderer onDrawWithContext:andAssetManager:] ()
#7  0x00000001049c50c0 in -[SCIRenderSurfaceDrawable2D drawFrameIn:withDrawableSize:] ()
#8  0x0000000104ad4db8 in -[SCITwisterRendererBase drawFrameIn:withDrawableSize:] ()
#9  0x00000001049e56c8 in -[SCIMetalRenderer drawFrameIn:withDrawableSize:] ()
#10 0x0000000104a25b70 in -[SCIMetalRenderSurfaceBase draw] ()
#11 0x00000001999861ec in -[CALayer display] ()
#12 0x00000001999984d4 in CA::Layer::layout_and_display_if_needed(CA::Transaction*) ()
#13 0x00000001998e11d8 in CA::Context::commit_transaction(CA::Transaction*, double) ()
#14 0x000000019990ab78 in CA::Transaction::commit() ()
#15 0x000000019990b58c in CA::Transaction::observer_callback(__CFRunLoopObserver*, unsigned long, void*) ()
#16 0x0000000192d50fbc in __CFRUNLOOP_IS_CALLING_OUT_TO_AN_OBSERVER_CALLBACK_FUNCTION__ ()
#17 0x0000000192d4beb0 in __CFRunLoopDoObservers ()
#18 0x0000000192d4c32c in __CFRunLoopRun ()
#19 0x0000000192d4bc38 in CFRunLoopRunSpecific ()
#20 0x000000019d39a38c in GSEventRunModal ()
#21 0x0000000196e7c444 in UIApplicationMain ()
#22 0x00000001042cc478 in main at /Users/mall/Downloads/SciChart.iOS.Examples-SciChart_v3_Release/tutorials/tutorials-2d/Tutorial 04 - Adding Realtime Updates/Tutorial 04 - Adding Realtime Updates/AppDelegate.swift:5
#23 0x0000000192bd38f0 in start ()

and here is my worker thread adding data to a series:

Thread 11 Queue : com.apple.root.default-qos.overcommit (concurrent)
#0  0x0000000192bc8c20 in __psynch_rw_rdlock ()
#1  0x0000000192ae4864 in _pthread_rwlock_lock_wait ()
#2  0x0000000192ae47fc in _pthread_rwlock_lock_slow$VARIANT$mp ()
#3  0x0000000104ac1518 in -[SCIXDataSeries p_SCI_searchDataIndexOn:xMinAsDouble:xMaxAsDouble:downSearchMode:upSearchMode:] ()
#4  0x0000000104ac1368 in -[SCIXDataSeries getIndicesXRange:xMinAsDouble:xMaxAsDouble:isCategoryAxis:] ()
#5  0x0000000104ac1b34 in -[SCIXDataSeries getWindowYRangeWithXCoordCalc:getPositiveRange:] ()
#6  0x0000000104aceddc in -[SCIRenderableSeriesBase getYRange:positive:] ()
#7  0x00000001049b25ac in -[SCIRangeCalculationHelper2DBase getWindowedYRangeWithXCalculators:] ()
#8  0x0000000104a05f84 in -[SCIAxisBase getWindowedYRangeWithXRanges:] ()
#9  0x00000001049f4184 in -[SCIChartSurface p_SCI_zoomExtentsYWithCalculators:andDuration:] ()
#10 0x00000001049f3d14 in -[SCIChartSurface p_SCI_zoomExtentsWithDuration:] ()
#11 0x00000001042c79e8 in closure #1 in ViewController.handleTimer() at /Users/mall/Downloads/SciChart.iOS.Examples-SciChart_v3_Release/tutorials/tutorials-2d/Tutorial 04 - Adding Realtime Updates/Tutorial 04 - Adding Realtime Updates/ViewController.swift:84
#12 0x00000001042c7500 in thunk for @escaping @callee_guaranteed () -> () ()
#13 0x0000000104abdae0 in +[SCIUpdateSuspender usingWithSuspendable:withBlock:] ()
#14 0x00000001042c7824 in ViewController.handleTimer() at /Users/mall/Downloads/SciChart.iOS.Examples-SciChart_v3_Release/tutorials/tutorials-2d/Tutorial 04 - Adding Realtime Updates/Tutorial 04 - Adding Realtime Updates/ViewController.swift:79
#15 0x00000001042c9250 in partial apply ()
#16 0x00000001042cb1e4 in closure #1 in closure #1 in RepeatingTimer.timer.getter at /Users/mall/Downloads/SciChart.iOS.Examples-SciChart_v3_Release/tutorials/tutorials-2d/Tutorial 04 - Adding Realtime Updates/Tutorial 04 - Adding Realtime Updates/RepeatingTimer.swift:26
#17 0x00000001042c7500 in thunk for @escaping @callee_guaranteed () -> () ()
#18 0x0000000107093730 in _dispatch_client_callout ()
#19 0x0000000107096390 in _dispatch_continuation_pop ()
#20 0x00000001070a9614 in _dispatch_source_invoke ()
#21 0x00000001070a4d74 in _dispatch_root_queue_drain ()
#22 0x00000001070a5698 in _dispatch_worker_thread2 ()
#23 0x0000000192aeab38 in _pthread_wqthread ()

Here is my version of the ViewController class from Tutorial 4 with the GCD timer (note that it uses RepeatingTimer class found here: https://gist.github.com/danielgalasko/1da90276f23ea24cb3467c33d2c05768) – my changes are marked with the //MALL comment:

import UIKit
import SciChart

class ViewController: UIViewController {

    //MALL
    private var timer = RepeatingTimer(timeInterval: 1.0/500.0)

    private let pointsCount = 200
    private var count: Int = 0

    private let lineData = SCIDoubleValues()
    private lazy var lineDataSeries: SCIXyDataSeries = {
        let lineDataSeries = SCIXyDataSeries(xType: .int, yType: .double)
        lineDataSeries.seriesName = "Line Series"
        lineDataSeries.fifoCapacity = 300
        return lineDataSeries
    }()
    private let scatterData = SCIDoubleValues()
    private lazy var scatterDataSeries: SCIXyDataSeries = {
        let scatterDataSeries = SCIXyDataSeries(xType: .int, yType: .double)
        scatterDataSeries.seriesName = "Scatter Series"
        scatterDataSeries.fifoCapacity = 300
        return scatterDataSeries
    }()

    private var surface: SCIChartSurface {
        return view as! SCIChartSurface
    }

    override func loadView() {
        viewRespectsSystemMinimumLayoutMargins = false
        view = SCIChartSurface()
    }

    override func viewDidLoad() {
        super.viewDidLoad()

        let xValues = SCIIntegerValues()
        for i in 0 ..< pointsCount {
            xValues.add(Int32(i))
            lineData.add(sin(Double(i) * 0.1))
            scatterData.add(cos(Double(i) * 0.1))
            count += 1
        }
        lineDataSeries.append(x: xValues, y: lineData)
        scatterDataSeries.append(x: xValues, y: scatterData)

        let lineSeries = SCIFastLineRenderableSeries()
        lineSeries.dataSeries = lineDataSeries

        let pointMarker = SCIEllipsePointMarker()
        pointMarker.fillStyle = SCISolidBrushStyle(colorCode: 0xFF32CD32)
        pointMarker.size = CGSize(width: 10, height: 10)

        let scatterSeries = SCIXyScatterRenderableSeries()
        scatterSeries.dataSeries = scatterDataSeries
        scatterSeries.pointMarker = pointMarker

        let legendModifier = SCILegendModifier()
        legendModifier.orientation = .horizontal
        legendModifier.position = [.bottom, .centerHorizontal]
        legendModifier.margins = UIEdgeInsets(top: 0, left: 0, bottom: 10, right: 0)

        SCIUpdateSuspender.usingWith(self.surface) {
            self.surface.xAxes.add(items: SCINumericAxis())
            self.surface.yAxes.add(items: SCINumericAxis())
            self.surface.renderableSeries.add(items: lineSeries, scatterSeries)
            self.surface.chartModifiers.add(items: SCIPinchZoomModifier(), SCIZoomExtentsModifier())
            self.surface.chartModifiers.add(items: SCIRolloverModifier(), legendModifier)
        }

        //  MALL
        timer.eventHandler = handleTimer
        timer.resume()
    }

    //  MALL
    private func handleTimer() {
        let x = count
        SCIUpdateSuspender.usingWith(surface) {
            self.lineDataSeries.append(x: x, y: sin(Double(x) * 0.1))
            self.scatterDataSeries.append(x: x, y: cos(Double(x) * 0.1))

            // zoom series to fit viewport size into X-Axis direction
            self.surface.zoomExtents()
            self.count += 1
        }
    }
}

Thanks in advance for any help you can offer.

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Hi,

Am trying to limit the depth in which the user can zoom into and out of the graph. I came across the property minimalZoomConstrain in the header file and also the documentation and had attempted to use it.

The axis in question is a DateTimeAxis and I would want to limit the zoom in depth to 30 seconds and the zoom out the about 3 months. I understand that the type it takes is the GenericType, where I will have to use the SCIGeneric(x) to assign the value, but what value x am I required to use in this case?

I’ve tried the values ’30′(assuming it takes NSTimeInterval) and even attempted to pass in a NSDate value but nothing seems to work.

Thank you.

  • Elle Yeoh asked 5 years ago
  • last active 5 years ago
1 vote
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We’d like to customize the look of our legends. We have 4 legends displaying different data, but right now the only thing we can change is the Theme. Is there any way to customize the legend items, like add some icons, change the point marker shape and size, change the check box icon etc…

P.S.: I’m not a trial user. We have an iOS, Android and WPF licenses purchased.

Project info:
Xamarin.iOS
SciChart.iOS 2.2.2.854

1 vote
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I was trying to test SciChart on simulator, but I have a problem: I added chart surface on my view, and after I launch an app, SciChart is showing me this text on the screen :
“Hardware rendering performance of SciChart in simulator is SLOW. Please use an actual device to feel the real-world performance”
How do I remove this text and test my charts on the simulator?

1 vote
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Hi All,

I’ve been trying to get SciCharts and the IOS UIScrollview to work together and have been running into a couple of issues.

The main storyboard has 7 SciChart surfaces plotting realtime data embedded inside a single UI scrollview controller.

1) Charts don’t render when scrollview is actively scrolling

Everything works fine during normal operation and we don’t try to scroll.

Once a finger is placed on the screen, the SciCharts surface stops redrawing. This could be due to the fact that the ‘Scroll’ thread is handled in the UITouch thread and perhaps has higher priority. I don’t know if there is anyway to change the priority of the render routine. I can confirm that everything until ‘Update Data’ and Chart.InvalidateElement() is being called during a scroll action.

2) Scrolling is disallowed when Chart surface is as large as scrollview

This may not be exactly due to scichart but if anyone faced this problem before it would help. If you attempt to scroll when the SciChartSurface is as large as the parent UIScrollView, it doesn’t scroll. Almost like the SciChart surface has the priority of touch and doesn’t let the scroll view see the scroll.

I would greatly appreciate if anyone successfully got UIScrollview and Scicharts working well together. I might be doing a bunch of rookie mistakes.

Cheers,
Mithrandir

Adding a quick update,

I could fix (2) by disable User Interactions of the Chart.

Note that you can’t simply disable this in the Main Storyboard, this has to be done programmatically by calling

ChartName.isUserInteractionEnabled = false

So the only real issue is (1), getting the chart to render while scrollview is active.

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Hello!

Please take a look at the attached screenshot first.

I have a chart configured to draw real-time trading data. X axis type is DateTime. Y axis type is Float. I need to draw vertical expiration time line.

I tried to draw coordinate relative line annotation as follows:

var date: NSDate = NSDate()

let lineAnnotation = SCILineAnnotation()
lineAnnotation.xAxisId = self.axisXId
lineAnnotation.yAxisId = self.axisYId
lineAnnotation.coordMode = .SCIAnnotationCoord_RelativeX
lineAnnotation.style.linePen = SCIPenSolid(color: Style.Chart.ExpirationDateLine.Color, width: Style.Chart.ExpirationDateLine.Width
lineAnnotation.xStart = SCI_constructGenericTypeWithInfo(&date, .DateTime)
lineAnnotation.xEnd = SCI_constructGenericTypeWithInfo(&date, .DateT            

self.chartSurface.annotation = lineAnnotation
self.chartSurface.invalidateElement()

I tried to play with different coordMode values. Line does not appear. Could you help me with this task?

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I’m always getting an Unsorted Data Error when I’m running the Xamarin on iOS simulators, but it doesn’t happen if I run the app on a real iOS device. Does anyone have any idea what could the problem be?

Thanks,
Lazar Nikolov
lazar@codechem.com

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On clicking any where on stacked bar chart it shows the x axis value. How can we disable the highlight ?

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I’m trying to render a column chart with multiple series. I want the two series to show side-by-side. See the reference image attachment for how I want it to look.

However, when I add a second series to a surface, the two series overlap and draw over each other, such that you can ‘t see some of the column data points.

Is there a way to draw multiple series that don’t overlap?

While I’m here, a have a couple of more questions:

• Is there a way to show more of the values on the time/date series X-axis . Notice in the SciChart column chart that is attached it shows every third value on the X-axis (Jan, April, July, October). It would be great if I could show every two, or all for each data point.

• For a time/date series X-axis, can I show a different representation of the time/date values? Specifically, I want to show, e.g.

Jan 17

rather than

01-2017

Presumably one would specify a different date formatter but I only see how to do variations of “MM-dd-yyy”. I want to show values as textual rather than numeric.

• Is there a way to extend the Y-axis to go higher?
In the SciChart column chart attachment, the Y-axis goes up to 100, but the values go higher. I would like to show the the Y-axis going up to 120.

• Is there a way to change the interval of the Y-axis?
Instead of showing every 20 values, can I show every 25 values?

Thanks.

  • doughill asked 4 years ago
  • last active 4 years ago
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I didn’t see anything in any docs, so I am just wanting to verify this info…

Is this correct that you have to link in and ship the libSwiftCore (+ other swift libs) with an app using SciCharts on iOS? When I added the chart library to my app; the app crashed at startup with missing dynamic load of libSwiftCore.dylib on a real device (emulators run fine).

Enabling ALWAYS_EMBED_SWIFT_STANDARD_LIBRARIES in the build settings fixed this issue. But this surprised me that the SciChart library would actually require Swift.

Was this intentional; or did the library somehow pickup an unintentional reference somewhere….

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We’re trying to make multiple legends on the screen, for example, 1 for the left axis and its data series, 1 for the right axis and its data series. I can see it’s possible in the WPF documentation, but in the iOS documentation it says “Coming soon!”. Do we need to wait for a future release of the Xamarin.iOS library or is it possible somehow now?

By the way, I’m not a trial user. We’ve just purchased a license today.

Thanks,
Lazar Nikolov

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Hi,

Is there any possible way to get axis value for a point in chart view? I use pan gesture to get the touch location and convert it to its context point but cannot find the value for that CGPoint.

Thanks,
Irmak

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Originally my chart would
– create the surface
– setup the chart modifiers
– setup the axis
– add the data (SCIFastLineRenderableSeries).

However, it appears that when you .add(new SCIFastLineRenderableSeries) it recreates all the tooltips on each add, and finally on the very last SCIFastLineRenderableSeries that is inserted will get two duplicate tooltips. This happens both with the default tooltips or custom tooltips.

I finally noticed that some of your examples you setup the modifiers at the end after adding the data. So I moved all the chart modifiers into a separate function and called it after the data is setup, and now the proper number of tooltips appears.

This might either need to be noted somewhere prominent in the iOS docs; or even better the order shouldn’t matter.

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I’ve got error message during compilation:

 ld: bitcode bundle could not be generated because '.../Frameworks/SciChart.framework/SciChart' was built without full bitcode. All frameworks and dylibs for bitcode must be generated from Xcode Archive or Install build for architecture armv7

I temporary disabled bitcode for target. Will you fix it in the next build?

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i want to insert 500 data on the left of chart.
then, it freezes slightly.
so, i want to present indicator.
how can i listen to start and end of drawing?

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Hi,

i am Swift Language

=>Senario
i am plotting live ECG Data on SciChart Surface. I have added 9 Graph on Storyboard in a UIScrollView for the Following things
-ECGI
-ECGII
-ECGaVL
-ECGV
-ECGIII
-ECGaVF
-ECGaVR
-Pleth
-RESP
Each of the above has data = [Int]
i had written a custom Class for Plotting Live Data

=>Class Specification
Inherited From UIView in a seperate xib which contains
– A Label For Name of the chart,
– A chart to draw data and a label
– for displaying frame buffer speed

=>Requirement a Single Chart (Chart have no modifier added onit)

=> ISSUE
Everything Works Fine until the scroll start, On Scrolling The chart stop Plotting Data Until the Scroll stops

  • Atiq Tahir asked 2 years ago
  • last active 1 year ago
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I found the example for spline drawing, but it’s still missing the gradient brush that mountain series have, how can I add it? thanks

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In Scichart 2, we had some code that added some annotations in the SCIAnimation completion block. Here’s a snippet. We need the self.renderAnnotations() to happen AFTER the chart data range is set, because we only draw annotations that will fit within the individual bar stack elements.

        SCIUpdateSuspender.usingWithSuspendable(sciChartSurface) {
            if hasBarData {  
                self.sciChartSurface?.renderableSeries.add(columnCollection)
                let animation = SCIWaveRenderableSeriesAnimation(duration: 1, curveAnimation: .easeOut)
                animation.completionHandler = {
                    self.renderAnnotations()
                    self.configurationButtons?.forEach { $0.isUserInteractionEnabled = true }
                }
                columnCollection.addAnimation(animation)
            }

Here’s the current rewrite to run under Scichart 4. With this code, yAxisLeft.visibleRange has not been updated to the correct data range when renderAnnotations() is called.

Uncommenting the 3 animator-related lines near the bottom doesn’t make a difference, and my listener function is never called.

I’ve also tried wrapping the renderAnnotations() call in a DispatchQueue.main.asyncAfter() call. That sometimes works, and sometimes results in renderAnnotations() not being called at all.

How do I get renderAnnotations() (and the following line looping on configurationButtons) to run, reliably, after the axis range setup is complete?

How do I get my wave animation back?

        SCIUpdateSuspender.usingWith(sciChartSurface) {
            if hasBarData { 
                self.sciChartSurface?.renderableSeries.add(columnCollection)
                    self.renderAnnotations()
                self.configurationButtons?.forEach { $0.isUserInteractionEnabled = true }
//                let animator = SCIAnimations.createWaveAnimator(for: columnCollection)
//                animator.add(self)
//                animator.start()
            }
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I’m trying to create a horizontal bar chart, with bars starting at 0 point on the left then going to the right. I do this by putting the X axis at the left and the Y Axis on the bottom. However, setting the X Axis in the Left or Right area still produces a bar chart with the bars starting at 0 on the right and going left.

I thought I could make the Y Axis flipped and this might help. For example, there’s a property called ‘isAxisFlipped’ in SciAxis2D protocol. However, calling has no effect because is says the SciNumericAxis hasn’t implemented this method. I tried subclassing SciNumericAxis and overriding the isAxisFlipped method myself to return true. However, this has no effect as I don’t see this method ever getting called by anyone else.

So, is there a way to do horizontal columns/bar that go left to right?

  • doughill asked 5 years ago
  • last active 5 years ago
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We are using stacked bar chart, and showing only 6 bars visible at a time.
In the X-Axis, the month labels are missing for alternate months & only displays all month label as a flash when graph is being scrolled. Is there any way to fix this.

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I have been trying to find a tutorial for ViewPortManagers for IOS and Xamarin.ios. Has anyone been able to pull this off and willing to share an example?

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I’m having difficulty determining the easiest method of placing the legend outside of the chart surface in iOS. I’ve done a ton of trial and error and have run into several issues. I understand that the SCIChartLegend class is just a subclass of UICollectionView. The problem seems to be these two things:

— When adding a legend via SCILegendModifier it only allows for custom placement if using SCILegendModifier’s initializer which also requires you assign an SCILegendDataSource. Or at least that’s required for the initializer with the useAutoPlacement parameter that I can then set to false (not even sure if that would work once I got that far).

— Placing the SCIChartLegend view manually without first initializing an SCILegendModifier with it results in none of the legend cells being loaded. I would imagine this is due to a missing SCILegendDataSource.

It seems like these could be overcome if I could somehow construct a default instance of SCILegendDataSource. Unfortunately, SCILegendDataSource only exposes one initializer which requires I pass it a xib name for the legend items. But I do not want to customize the legend items- I simply want to be able to construct the default SCILegendDataSource because that is apparently required to get the SCIChartLegend working.

Am I making this more complicated than it needs to be? What’s the simplest path to placing the chart legend where I want in iOS?

  • Sean Young asked 2 years ago
  • last active 2 years ago
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What’s the new (Swift) signature for V2’s updateDataContext(withContext label: SCIDefaultTickLabel!, data dataValue: SCIGenericType, style: SCITextFormattingStyle!) -> SCITickLabelProtocol!? Obviously the SciGenericType is different.

My searches aren’t pulling up anything except hits on the V2 documentation, and all of those now 404.

I’m using that call to put gesture recognizers on some tick labels. I want those gesture recognizers to be different than the one I’m putting on the entire chart. And I need to update the locations every time theX axis changes. An alternate way to achieve this would also be welcome.

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I want to style one of the data point bars in a column chart to be a different color. Is there any way to do this?

  • doughill asked 5 years ago
  • last active 5 years ago
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Stacked Bar chat: If we give 0 values, there are Black lines showing at middle of screen. please see attached screen.

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Hi,

I’m attempting to plot on a mountain graph with a DateTimeAxis for the x-axis and I noticed that the plotted time is inaccurate.

The data that am attempting to put in has the following NSDate value: 2017-01-06T10:09:25+0000
Correct me if am wrong, but I believe the time on the axis that ought to be displayed should follow the device’s system timezone? In my case, it is +0800, setting the time to be about 6:09:25 pm

However, the plotted time ends up showing the point to be plotted at 2:09:25 instead.

I’ve tested with a date formatter and it displays the time as it should (6:09:25 pm).
I don’t think I configured anything regarding the axis’s time format, and the insertion of data was done as below:

[self.mountainSeries appendX:SCIGeneric(m.timestamp) Y:SCIGeneric(m.mid)];
[self.chartSurface invalidateElement];

Also, to add on, if I were to extract the XMax value from the axis (in this case, is the timestamp as above), it returns me as such: 2017-01-06 18:09:25 +0000

Thank you.

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Hi everyone,

What would be the easiest way of shading all vertical bands for weekend days? I’ve got two ideas:

  1. Setting major band brush won’t work because there’s no way of setting only weekend bands to be major bands (as far as I know).
  2. Using box annotations.

Problem with 2nd option is that annotations are rendered over the chart (screenshot attached). Is there a way of sending them behind columns?

Thanks,
Igor

  • Igor Peric asked 4 years ago
  • last active 4 years ago
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We have created graph for x axis string and y axis double. we have create object like this XyDataSeries<string,double> if run app getting exception error .

How to declare and how to use it .

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Hi!

I have 2 solutions of xamarin forms using scichart: one of them is the demo from github repo of scichart (2.2.1.839), and the other is my own solution using scichart 2.5.0.946.

The problem is when I attach a labelprovider (the same as the github example) to one of my numerical axes, the app automatically closes on the device (both), neither of the two solutions shows an error or exception.

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I am following the MultiPaneStockChart example. I want to sync multiple chart and I want to sync it on x axis. but it’s not happening although zoom and pinch is working.
Can anyone point me what am I missing?

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Try to integrate new SciChart.xcframework 4.2.0 instead of SciChart.framework 2.0 to the project and build failed in Xcode 12.4 with the next errors:
RNSciCandlestickChart.swift:
1) 335th line: Editor placeholder in source file
dates.add(date!))
2) 549th line: Cannot convert value of type ‘Bundle.Type’ to expected argument type ‘Bundle’ SCIThemeManager.addTheme(byThemeKey: theme, from: Bundle)
3) 768th line: Method does not override any method from its superclass
override func internalHandleGesture(_ gestureRecognizer: UIGestureRecognizer)
AnnotationDragListener.swift:
1) 4th line: Cannot find type ‘SCIAnnotationDragListener’ in scope
class AnnotationDragListener: SCIAnnotationDragListener
RNSciLineChart.swift:
1) 475th line: Editor placeholder in source file
SCIThemeManager.addTheme(byThemeKey: theme, from: Bundle)
Can you tell me please can I launch SciChart.xcframework 4.2.0 in Xcode 12.4? Any how to solve this issues?

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I want to modify the tooltip for data points. For example, I’d like to not show the line that goes down to the X Axis, and the associated tooltip that shows the X cursor location in the X axis area.

Is there a way to do this?

  • doughill asked 5 years ago
  • last active 5 years ago
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iPhone 6, OS 12.4.3., X-axis, Y-axis texts are shown in inverted text. We can see this issue if we download the AppStore version of SciChart app

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Hi,

I’m trying to convert Java code to swift and I need the RolloverModifier class’s updateCurrentPoint method. I create CustomRolloverModifier class inherits from SCIRolloverModifier class and import SciChart.Protected.SCIRolloverModifier extension too. But i can’t find updateCurrentPoint method. What is the updateCurrentPoint equivalent method on swift?

Thanks.

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I want a transparent background of SCI Chart so that view below the chart are visible. I have tried various solutions but it is still turning out to be black. Below is my code for the same. Can anyone please help me out ? I am setting SCIChartSurface backgroundColor property to achieve it but it doesnt seem to work.

func initColumnChart() {

    let xAxis = SCINumericAxis()
    let yAxis = SCINumericAxis()
    //self.surface.xAxes.add(xAxis)
    //self.surface.yAxes.add(yAxis)
    self.surface.backgroundColor = UIColor.clear
    self.surface.isOpaque = false
    self.surface.renderableSeriesAreaFill = SCISolidBrushStyle(color: UIColor.clear)
    self.surface.renderableSeriesAreaBorder = SCISolidPenStyle(color: UIColor.clear, withThickness: 0)


    let xAxisGridBandBrush = SCISolidBrushStyle(color: UIColor.clear)
    xAxis.style.gridBandBrush = xAxisGridBandBrush

    xAxis.visibleRange = SCIDoubleRange(min: SCIGeneric(-0.6), max: SCIGeneric(8.0))
    xAxis.style.majorTickBrush = SCISolidPenStyle(color: UIColor.white, withThickness: 1)
    xAxis.style.majorTickSize = 5
    xAxis.autoTicks = false
    xAxis.majorDelta = SCIGeneric(1.0)
    xAxis.minorDelta = SCIGeneric(1.0)
    xAxis.labelProvider = UsageXLabelProvider()
    xAxis.style.labelStyle.color = UIColor.white
    xAxis.style.labelStyle.fontName = "Helvetica"
    xAxis.style.labelStyle.fontSize = 14
    xAxis.style.drawLabels = true
    xAxis.style.drawMajorGridLines = false
    xAxis.style.drawMinorGridLines = false
    xAxis.style.drawMajorTicks = true
    xAxis.style.drawMinorTicks = false
    xAxis.tickProvider = YAxisTickProvider(minorTicks: [], majorTicks: [0,1,2,3,4,5,6])



    let yAxisGridBandBrush = SCISolidBrushStyle(color: UIColor.clear)
    yAxis.style.gridBandBrush = yAxisGridBandBrush

    yAxis.style.labelStyle.color = UIColor.white
    yAxis.style.labelStyle.fontName = "Helvetica"
    yAxis.style.labelStyle.fontSize = 14
    yAxis.style.drawLabels = true
    yAxis.visibleRange = SCIDoubleRange(min: SCIGeneric(-1.0), max: SCIGeneric(65))
    yAxis.autoTicks = false
    yAxis.majorDelta = SCIGeneric(1.0)
    yAxis.minorDelta = SCIGeneric(0.2)
    yAxis.style.majorGridLineBrush = SCISolidPenStyle(color: UIColor.white, withThickness: 0.5, andStrokeDash: [5.0,6.0])
    // Style the Minor Gridlines on the YAxis (vertical lines)
    yAxis.style.minorGridLineBrush = SCISolidPenStyle(color: UIColor.white, withThickness: 0.5, andStrokeDash: [5.0, 6.0])
    yAxis.style.drawMajorGridLines = true
    yAxis.style.drawMinorGridLines = true
    yAxis.style.drawMajorTicks = false
    yAxis.style.drawMinorTicks = false
    yAxis.axisAlignment = .left
    //yAxis.labelProvider = DailyFlowrateLabelProvider()
    yAxis.tickProvider = YAxisTickProvider(minorTicks: [0,8,16,24,31,40,48,56], majorTicks: [0,31,62])

    let dataSeries = SCIXyDataSeries(xType: .float, yType: .float)
    dataSeries.appendRangeX([0,1,2,3,4,5,6], y: [52,40,15,48,25,36,20])

    let rSeries = SCIFastColumnRenderableSeries()
    rSeries.dataSeries = dataSeries
    rSeries.paletteProvider = BarsColorPalette()

    SCIUpdateSuspender.usingWithSuspendable(surface) {
        self.surface.xAxes.add(xAxis)
        self.surface.yAxes.add(yAxis)
        self.surface.renderableSeries.add(rSeries)
        //self.surface.chartModifiers = SCIChartModifierCollection(childModifiers: [SCIPinchZoomModifier(), SCIZoomExtentsModifier(), SCIRolloverModifier()])

        //rSeries.addAnimation(SCIWaveRenderableSeriesAnimation(duration: 3, curveAnimation: .easeOut))
    }
}
  • Ayush Jain asked 2 years ago
  • last active 2 years ago
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Hello,
I’ve been looking for the documentation of how to customize the look of the chart. I have a black/dark gray checker pattern that seems to be the default. I would like to:
1. Change the background to white, no checkerboard pattern
here is the documentation for chart background but it does not show me how to change it to white. https://www.scichart.com/documentation/ios/v2.x/webframe.html#The%20SciChartSurface%20Type.html
I have found through experimentation the I can call

surface.backgroundColor

But that just changes the axis background color

2. Make the text larger on the axis.
here is the documentation for the axis https://www.scichart.com/documentation/ios/v2.x/webframe.html#Adding%20an%20Axis%20to%20a%20SciChartSurface.html
I see these lines that were provided but they won’t compile because Xcode doesn’t know what defaultFontSize is and there are no other references to it and I still don’t see a way to set the size.

textFormat.fontName = SCSFontsName.defaultFontName
textFormat.fontSize = SCSFontSizes.defaultFontSize

I think it would be helpful to create a walkthrough for iOS that shows how to customize the background and axis. I’ve looked through the samples provided but the files are huge and I get lost trying to figure it out.
Thanks,
Warren

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Hello,

Out team have several question about the framework:

  1. Is there a way to make SCIChartSurfaceView background transparent so that the user could see underlying views? We tried using background brush of clear color on SCIChartSurface and making SCIChartSurfaceView backgroundColor transparent but no avail.

  2. Is it possible to add translate/rotate/scale animation to markers/annotations from code?

  3. When using gradient brush with mountain renderable series we found a strange visual artifact (“Gradient artifact” image). Is there a way to fix it?

Best regards,
Vasiliy

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Hello, I’m having an issue when I put multiple surfaces in an iOS view. Only the one made first is shown and there is a black space in place of the other. I swapped the order of creation and now the other is visible instead. Does anyone know why this is happening or have suggestions for putting multiple surfaces in an iOS view? Thanks

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