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Sorry if I don’t have a proper title for this one. My requirement is the following: I’m charting a measurements done in the x direction over a very big range. In this range there are several equipments that are important to know the type of when you analyse the measurement. I’d like to visualize these types along with the measurements. For example:
Type A from x=0 to x=1000
Type B from x=1000 to 2000
Type C from x=2000 to 4000
Type X from x=0 to x=500
Type Y from x=500 to 1800
Type Z from x=1800 to 4000
(random) from x=0 to 4000
I think I need some kind of stacked horizontal bar but I’d like your input before continuing. How would I best do this?
is it just those areas you wish to draw on the chart? If so you could use our Annotations API.
This is the simplest way to display a small number of elements (<1000) over the chart.
If you need to display more elements, you may want to consider using our RenderContext API. Please see https://www.scichart.com/questions/question/datetimeaxis-bands-for-special-days-i-e-saturday-sunday-bankholidays for an example.
Well first of all I was thinking of using a SciChartGroup and have a chartpane for every type of measurement I need to display. Next to these measurements I want to include a pane specifically for this type of reference information.
It seemed a bit strange to have a chart only with annotations. I was looking more like some type of RectangleBarSeries. A type of bar chart that where you specify min and max x,y for every bar. But I suppose that the best option in this case are the annotations. I’m not sure if I will not have more then 100 elements (there are quite a lot interesting equipment attributes that could be visualized)
Here is a screenshot of a screenshot of what i would like to achieve 😉
It’s actually not only they composition of something but also things like “last maintenance date”
We speak of ‘segmentation’
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