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I am using the FastBoxPlotRenderableSeries that is new in 2.0 and I have been able to get a basic box / whisker chart working.

Are there any additional ways to customize this type of chart beyond setting the .SeriesColor and .BodyBrush properties that I see in the demo code?

Specifically, I have 40 datapoints along the X-Axis, and even though the chart spans my screen, the width of each box-portion is still thin. This makes it hard to see the median-marker-line or any type of gradient brush I might want to apply to the box portions of the box/whisker. There is plenty of room in my chart to widen those boxes without intruding into the other X-Axis datapoints, I just don’t know how.

Thanks.

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Hi Jneima,

Thanks for your enquiry! Yes, you can set the FastBoxPlotRenderableseries.DataPointWidth property (from 0.0 to 1.0) to change the relative width of the bars. I think the default is 0.4.

Also, pretty soon we will release a hotfix to SciChart v2.0 and one of the improvements is all RenderableSeries are no longer sealed, and the Draw methods are protected-virtual, so if you have access to the source code (Via source code license) it will be very easy to override series and make minor adjustments to the rendering code.

Hope this helps!

Andrew

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