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I see in the documentation that I need to set the boolean to true/false. But my question is how do I do this after the series has been rendered? I am using a custom legend and need to be able to toggle visibility.

  export default function Chart() {
  const [sciChartSurface, setSciChartSurface] = React.useState<SciChartSurface>();
  const [wasmContext, setWasmContext] = React.useState<TSciChart>();

  const dataSeriesMapRef = React.useRef<Map<keyof typeof chartData, XyDataSeries>>();

  React.useEffect(() => {
    (async () => {
      const { sciChartSurface, wasmContext } = await drawChart(theme, chartType);
      setSciChartSurface(sciChartSurface);
      setWasmContext(wasmContext);
    })();

    dataSeriesMapRef.current = new Map<keyof typeof chartData, XyDataSeries>();

    return () => sciChartSurface?.delete();
  }, [chartType]); // make sure the chart is initialized only once

  React.useEffect(() => {
    if (dataSeriesMapRef.current && sciChartSurface && wasmContext && !isLoading) {
      // const currentSeries = sciChartSurface.renderableSeries.asArray();
      // if (currentSeries) sciChartSurface.renderableSeries.clear();
      updateChartWithData(dataSeriesMapRef.current, theme, wasmContext, sciChartSurface, chartData, chartType);
    }
  }, [theme, chartData, wasmContext, sciChartSurface, isLoading]);

  return (
    <div id="chart-container">
      <ControlsLegend
        chartData={chartData}
        dataSeriesMap={dataSeriesMapRef.current as Map<keyof typeof chartData, XyDataSeries>}
        theme={theme}
        sciChartSurface={sciChartSurface as SciChartSurface}
        wasmContext={wasmContext as TSciChart}
      />
      <div id={DIVID} style={{ width: windowWidth, height: windowHeight }} />
      <ControlsBottom />
    </div>
  );
}

drawChart.js

    export default async (theme: ExtendedTheme, chartType: string) => {
  const { sciChartSurface, wasmContext } = await SciChartSurface.create(DIVID);
  const isLightTheme = theme.palette.type === 'light';

  console.log('createChart');
  const xAxis = new NumericAxis(wasmContext);
  const yAxis = new NumericAxis(wasmContext);

  xAxis.labelProvider.formatLabel = (unixTimestamp: number) => {
    return new Date(unixTimestamp * 1000).toLocaleDateString('en-us', {
      month: 'short',
      year: 'numeric',
      day: 'numeric',
    });
  };

  yAxis.labelProvider = new CustomLabelProvider();

  sciChartSurface.yAxes.add(yAxis);
  sciChartSurface.xAxes.add(xAxis);

  if (chartType !== 'stack') sciChartSurface.chartModifiers.add(new RolloverModifier({ showRolloverLine: false }));
  sciChartSurface.chartModifiers.add(new ZoomPanModifier());
  sciChartSurface.chartModifiers.add(new ZoomExtentsModifier());
  sciChartSurface.chartModifiers.add(new MouseWheelZoomModifier());
  sciChartSurface.chartModifiers.add(new PinchZoomModifier());

  const rubberBandXyZoomModifier = new RubberBandXyZoomModifier({
    isAnimated: true,
    animationDuration: 400,
    easingFunction: easing.outExpo,
    fill: '#FFFFFF33',
    stroke: '#FFFFFF77',
    strokeThickness: 1,
  });
  sciChartSurface.chartModifiers.add(rubberBandXyZoomModifier);

  sciChartSurface.zoomExtents();

  if (isLightTheme) sciChartSurface.applyTheme(new SciChartJSLightTheme());
  else sciChartSurface.applyTheme(new SciChartJSDarkTheme());
  return { sciChartSurface, wasmContext };
};

updateChartWithData.js

    export const updateChartWithData = (
  dataSeriesMap: Map<keyof typeof chartData, XyDataSeries>,
  theme: ExtendedTheme,
  wasmContext: TSciChart,
  sciChartSurface: SciChartSurface,
  chartData: ChartData,
  chartType: string
) => {
  sciChartSurface.invalidateElement();
  const streamIds = Object.keys(chartData);
  const isLightTheme = theme.palette.type === 'light';

  if (isLightTheme) sciChartSurface.applyTheme(new SciChartJSLightTheme());
  else sciChartSurface.applyTheme(new SciChartJSDarkTheme());

  sciChartSurface.invalidateElement();
  console.log('updateChartWithData');
  console.log(chartData);

  const stackedColumns: any[] = [];
  streamIds.forEach((s) => {
    const streamId = Number(s) as keyof ChartData;
    const streamSelectorId = streamId as keyof typeof chartData;
    if (dataSeriesMap.has(streamSelectorId)) {
      const xyDataSeries = dataSeriesMap.get(streamSelectorId);
      chartData[streamId].data.forEach((value) => {
        xyDataSeries?.append(value.timestamp, value.value);
      });
    } else if (chartType === 'scatter') {
      const lineSeries = LineChart(dataSeriesMap, theme, wasmContext, chartData, streamSelectorId, streamId);

      sciChartSurface.renderableSeries.add(lineSeries);
      sciChartSurface.zoomExtents();
    } else if (chartType === 'bar') {
      const lineSeries = BarChart(dataSeriesMap, theme, wasmContext, chartData, streamSelectorId, streamId);
      sciChartSurface.renderableSeries.add(lineSeries);
      sciChartSurface.zoomExtents();
    } else {
      const lineSeries = StackedChart(dataSeriesMap, theme, wasmContext, chartData, streamSelectorId, streamId);
      stackedColumns.push(lineSeries);
    }
  });
};

“LineChart.js”

    export default (
  dataSeriesMap: Map<keyof typeof chartData, XyDataSeries>,
  theme: ExtendedTheme,
  wasmContext: TSciChart,
  chartData: ChartData,
  streamSelectorId: keyof typeof chartData,
  streamId: keyof ChartData
) => {
  const xyDataSeries = new XyDataSeries(wasmContext);
  dataSeriesMap.set(streamSelectorId, xyDataSeries);

  const obj = chartData[streamSelectorId];
  const stroke = obj.stroke as string;
  xyDataSeries.dataSeriesName = obj.label as string;

  chartData[streamId].data.forEach((value) => {
    xyDataSeries.append(value.timestamp, value.value);
  });

  const lineSeries = new FastLineRenderableSeries(wasmContext, {
    stroke,
    strokeThickness: obj.strokeThickness,
    strokeDashArray: obj.strokeDashArray,
    dataSeries: xyDataSeries,
    animation: new WaveAnimation({ zeroLine: -1, pointDurationFraction: 0.5, duration: 1000 }),
  });

  lineSeries.rolloverModifierProps.tooltipColor = theme.palette.background.paper;
  lineSeries.rolloverModifierProps.tooltipTextColor = theme.palette.getContrastText(stroke);
  lineSeries.rolloverModifierProps.markerColor = stroke;
  lineSeries.rolloverModifierProps.tooltipTemplate = (
    id: string,
    tooltipProps: RolloverModifierRenderableSeriesProps,
    seriesInfo: SeriesInfo,
    updateSize: (width: number, height: number) => void
  ) => {
    const { tooltipColor, tooltipTextColor, markerColor } = tooltipProps;
    const { formattedXValue, yValue, seriesName } = seriesInfo;
    const width = 192;
    const height = 60;

    updateSize(width, height);
    return `<svg width='${width}' height='${height}' class="root">
        <rect width="100%" height="100%" fill='${tooltipColor}' stroke='${markerColor}' stroke-width='2' />
         <svg width='100%'>
           <text dy="0" fill='${tooltipTextColor}'>
            <tspan x="15" y="20" class="title">${formattedXValue}</tspan>
             <tspan x="15" y="45" class="value">
              ${seriesName} | ${yValue.toFixed(0).replace(/\B(?=(\d{3})+(?!\d))/g, ',')}
             </tspan>
          </text>
        </svg>
      </svg>`;
  };
  return lineSeries;
};

lengend.js

    let _chartData: any[] = [];
export default ({
  dataSeriesMap,
  theme,
  wasmContext,
  sciChartSurface,
  chartData,
}: {
  dataSeriesMap: Map<keyof typeof chartData, XyDataSeries>;
  theme: ExtendedTheme;
  wasmContext: TSciChart;
  sciChartSurface: SciChartSurface;
  chartData: ChartData;
}) => {
  const classes = useStyles();

  const chartRef = React.useRef<any>([]);
  const [legendData, setLegendData] = React.useState<any[]>([]);

  // _chartData = [..._chartData, ...values(chartData)];
  _chartData = values(chartData);
  _chartData = uniqby(_chartData, 'groupId');
  _chartData = uniqby(_chartData, 'streamId');

  React.useEffect(() => {
    if (_chartData.length > 0 && !isEqual(chartRef.current, _chartData)) {
      setLegendData(_chartData);
      chartRef.current = _chartData;
    }
  }, [_chartData]);

  const onClick = React.useCallback(
    (item) => {
      // const xyDataSeries = dataSeriesMap.get(160);
      const _legendData = legendData.map((x) => {
        if (x.groupId === item.groupId) x.isVisible = !x.isVisible;
        return x;
      });

      setLegendData(_legendData);
    },
    [legendData]
  );

  return (
    <div className={classes.root}>
      <Paper variant="outlined" square>
        {legendData.map((item: any) => (
          <div className={classes.listItem} key={item.streamId}>
            <IconButton
              onClick={() => onClick(item)}
              style={{ color: item.stroke }}
              size="small"
              aria-label={item.label}
            >
              {item.isVisible ? <VisibilityIcon /> : <VisibilityOffIcon />}
            </IconButton>
            <div>{item.label}</div>
          </div>
        ))}
      </Paper>
    </div>
  );
};

Inside the onClick function is where I was trying to change visibility for both series. I’ve tried multiple things without any luck. I assumed it would be as simple as getting the correct series, setting the visible property and maybe a re-render if that is even needed? Like I said any advice on a better way of handling this is welcome

Version
1.4.1566
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Hello, Rodolfo. Could you provide more details, please. Do you try to hide fastLineRenderableSeries? If yes, you can use isVisible property

  • Rodolfo Sanchez
    thanks for the response! Yes let me give some info on what is going on. Using a Line chart. Perhaps you have a better solution to my problem. I have series with X values that are timestamps. Any future dates must be displayed as a dash. I saw in the documentation the ability to change stroke color based on point value but could not find anything related to the strokedasharray prop. If that is possible then that would be the easiest solution for me. So I decided my next best option was to split up the series based on past/future dates and create additional ones. This was simple enough however the legend displays all series data so I now have duplicate legend data. Also I need the user to be able to toggle the series(s) as a single series. I created a custom legend and am trying to access the series(s) and change visibility. I am going to update question with code
  • Rodolfo Sanchez
    updated. please let me know if you need anything else
  • Andrew Burnett-Thompson
    Hi Rodolfo, perhaps the easiest way is for us to add a flag if a series is included in the legend or not? We have that in other platforms – it makes sense to add it to JS. Would that help? Dashed projections don’t exist in scichart.js just now but the technique you’ve chosen of having two series is a good one
  • Andrew Burnett-Thompson
  • Rodolfo Sanchez
    yes that would be great! hopefully you can get this change out quickly!
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Hi Rodolfo,

If you get v1.4.1582 of SciChart.js from npm we have added this API to exclude a series from the legend. The default value is TRUE

  const legendModifier = new LegendModifier();
  const series = new FastLineRenderableSeries(wasmContext);
  legendModifier.includeSeries(series, false);

Let me know if that helps!

Best regards,
Andrew

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