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Hi,

I was wandering if there’s a way to display the data in the SciChartOverview control in a logarithmic scale.
Perhaps something equivalent to the LogarithmicNumericAxis ?

The matter is quite urgent, hence I’ll be very grateful for a prompt response.

Thanks,
Mark.

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Hi Mark,

It depends on your SciChart version.

For SciChart v3.2 above

we have a host of ways to customize the overview. You can see them in the articles titled

In the articles above, using the SciChartOverview ControlTemplate, or, just using our ScrollBar API with a chart surface behind it, you can achieve all manner of scrolling combinations.

In v3.1 or lower

The only way to do this is to re-template the SciChartOverview control. The control template for SciChartOverview in v3.1 is found in the article Scrolling a Chart with the SciChartOverview.

Best regards,
Andrew

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