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Hi,

I attached two images of what I need to do (easier than explaining it), I’m interested in the blue polygon, It could resemble the use of columns with the polar chart, but not quite, is there a simple way to do this or could someone point me to the right direction?

Thank you

Alex

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  • Alessio Diana
    Just to clarify, it seems a selection, it’s not, I need an actual series
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Hi there,

Unfortunately, we don’t have such series for polar chart but you could try to create your custom series for it, we have article how to create your own series: https://www.scichart.com/documentation/v4.x/webframe.html#Custom%20Series%20(CustomRenderableSeries).html

Hope this helps,

Best regards,
Taras B.
SciChart Developer

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Hi,

I thought so, but since I have the source-code version and there are already things that behave in a similar way, like the area zoom for instance, I was hoping I could “copy” that code and make a custom series out of it. I will let you know how it goes.

Thank you

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Just in case someone else needs help.

I made it work, but I had to do it in a different way compared to what has been done for the selection (in the source code). The selection uses a Path but this make it so is not possibile to draw full circles and there is no way or at lease I didn’t find it to draw in background. Instead I ended up using “FillPolygon” or “DrawLines” and manually create the arc points. In the case of polar chart I really think a functionality to draw arc and circles should be exposed.

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