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something like this:
var ohlcDataSeries = renderableSeries.DataSeries as OhlcDataSeries<DateTime, double>; int count = ohlcDataSeries.Count; DateTime date = ohlcDataSeries.XValues[count - 1]; double open = ohlcDataSeries.OpenValues[count - 1]; double high = ohlcDataSeries.HighValues[count - 1]; double low = ohlcDataSeries.LowValues[count - 1]; double close = ohlcDataSeries.CloseValues[count - 1]; // Note: CloseValues == YValues
That should do it!
If you want to be notified when data changes, you can subscribe to the SciChartSurface.Rendered event, or just get this value out when the data is appended.
Are you trying to create a latest price indicator on the axis? If so see the answer to your other post… 🙂
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