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Hello again,

I’m trying to see how I can create digital waveforms (AKA square waveforms). I hope you know what I mean.
For example, if I have two points (1,0) and (2, 1), then I want the chart to be steady 0, until it gets to 2 where it goes straight up to 1.
Right now, the way I achieved it, is adding dummy points. In above example I added (1,0)(2,0) (2,1). This will double the number of points. And since we are already dealing with large amounts of data, this is not such a good solution for us. Is there any chart, or any settings on a chart that I can set to obtain this digital waveform?

Thanks

Zoe

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Hi Zoe,

You should use IsDigitalLine property (exists in FastBand/Line/MountainsRenderableSeries) to achieve that. Please take a look at our Oscilloscope example to show the result of using it.

Hope this helps!

Best regards,
Yuriy

  • zoe
    Hello YuriyThanks a lot for your fast response! That's exactly what I needed :)Have a wonderful day!Zoe
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