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I’m seeing nice color interpolation when all data points have data. If I have incomplete data, is there a way that the heatmap can add “noice” to unset data points?

Please see attached example of a heatmap surface data.

I would like for the heatmap to interpolate the data values that are empty (by adding noise or other mechanism). Can I achieve this directly through the heatmap?

Thank you.

Best regards,
Sebastian

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Hi Sebastian,

In SciChart v4.0, the two interpolation modes we have in SurfaceMeshRenderableSeries3D are MeshPaletteMode.HeightMapInterpolated and MeshPaletteMode.HeightMapSolidCells.

These look like this

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and this

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What did you have and what did you expect? If you post screenshots + code samples we can see what we can do for you.

Best regards,
Andrew

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Andrew,

Those interpolations are fine, but they work under the theory that all the data points contain data. What I really was looking into was sort of an internal algorithm that would fill in missing data on empty discrete points that I passed to the surface (what we usually call adding noise to the data).

I understand SciChart doesn’t support that so I’ll have to implement by own version of it.

Thank you.

Best regards,
Sebastian

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    Hi Sebastian, if you can post a screenshot of what you want, I can ask the team how feasible it is. Best regards, Andrew
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