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The topic title speaks for itself. Will SciChart ever support non-Sci types like the pie chart?

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I know we’re late to the party, but for the benefit of anyone reading this today, SciChart now features a Pie Chart and Donut Chart as of SciChart v4.2!

Enjoy!

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Hi Ron,

It’s not on our roadmap, but we have had a few requests for more standard presentation charts. My question to you is – why not use the WPF Toolkit chart, which provides very good Pie-chart functionality (and for free!). Pie charts don’t often need millions of points!

Best regards,
Andrew

  • Andrew
    Hi Charith, well funnily enough, due to the response on our WPF Chart Survey (https://www.scichart.com/response-scichart-wpf-survey-july-2016) where the overwhelming majority of people requested ‘pie chart’ we are actually going to build it. It will be a separate control, using XAML only, and no real-time high performance updates, but a Pie-chart it will be :D
  • Charith Jayasundara
    That’s a good news!
  • Andrew
    Who would’ve thought it. The most popular chart type lol :D
  • Charith Jayasundara
    And we do like Doughnut Charts too :-) Would be great if you can add doughnut chart as well if it is a simple customization of pie chart.
  • Andrew
    Hi Charith, it has now been added. See below!
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hi, I was referring this example when I built my Pie Chart application. However, since it is binding to ObservableCollection SegmentsDataCollection, why can’t I use SegmentsDataCollection.Clear to empty the PieChart (the labels are still seen)? If I add the segments again, the labels will be overlapped. Please refer to the attached image.

What I did is I added a Button in your example code with the following click event handler:

    private void Button_Click(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
    {
        var vm = PieChart.DataContext as UsingPieChartExampleViewModel;
        var segments = vm.SegmentsDataCollection.ToList();
        vm.SegmentsDataCollection.Clear();

        foreach(var s in segments.Skip(1))
        {
            vm.SegmentsDataCollection.Add(s);
        }
    }
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  • Andrew
    Using latest version of scichart? I can report it as a bug if so.
  • How Yen Cheng
    I was using 4.2.3. I updated to use 4.2.5, the problem is still seen.
  • Andrew
    HI there, I’m pleased to inform you that the issue has been fixed in the build #v4.2.6.10864. You can get it through our NuGet feed: https://www.myget.org/gallery/abtsoftware Please try it out and let us know if the fix works for you too. Hope this helps,
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HI there,

I’m pleased to inform you that the issue has been fixed in the build #v4.2.6.10864. You can get it through our NuGet feed:
https://www.myget.org/gallery/abtsoftware

Please try it out and let us know if the fix works for you too.
Hope this helps,

Best regards,
Taras B.
SciChart Developer

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