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I’m new in scichart. I would like to ask you if it’s possible to build a graph with custom candles.
I want to build a footprint graph, something like this:
could you tell me if It’s possible to build this kind of graph and suggest me some links with documentation?
Anything is possible with SciChart given enough time and effort 🙂
We do not support market footprint charts out of the box
We do allow a rich API for creating custom RenderableSeries and you can host a SciChartSurface (or any other UserControl) inside an annotation on a SciChartSurface.
You can mix horizontal and vertical charts on the same chart surface.
With a combination of these APIs you should be able to achieve what you want. I don’t have a code example unfortunately …
This is very interesting Andrew. I’m doing some test, and I’m looking for a solution.
I have a question for you.
Watching your sample I learned how to insert with drawtext() one ore more text like a stack, but the problem is the size.
Let me explain. If you have a candlesticks chart and you zoom in on the chart to see only two candles on the screen, those candles will be very big and close to each other.
In my example if I have a seriespoint with a text for every point drawn on the screen, when I zoom in on two near points the distance between the two texts will increase, and this is because they have fixed size I think.
Is there any easy way to solve it?
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