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In a previous project (matlab based) we have created charts as in the attached image.
This was previously done by adding all the points to a 2d histogram, this is a bit cumbersome as to give nice output the data needs to be resampled so that data points are equidistant at the display scale otherwise fast rises or falls (i.e. a small number of equi-time points). This approach becomes even worse if you want to enable interactive inspection of the plot instead of static as this will need to be recalculated for each zoom level.
Is there an easy way a similar effect in scichart without having to resort to manually creating 2d histograms. I was thinking there may be some option I can play with on how line series are rendered that might be able to generate this effect.
Not off the top of my head, but we do have quite a flexible CustomRenderableSeries that allows you to draw whatever you want. Maybe that can be of use?
If not, I would still be interested to see your requirements (e.g. what you are trying to do, what what sort of data, and why) as we are always trying to improve our products & services.
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