Hello SciChart team,
we have a problem with column series in 2D. At certain values in the X-axis, the bars in the chart overlap.
We found that the bar width is calculated incorrectly only from a certain distance between the values on the X-axis. There seems to be a bug in the calculation of the minimum bar width.
I’ve already seen issues related to a similar problem with the non-equidistant axis values and have already tried the “UseUniformWidth” property. Unfortunately without success. In principle, however, it seems to work with the non-equidistant axis values (ColumnChart1.png). As soon as the value is changed from 16 to 18, the bars overlap (ColumnChart2.png). In the application we need the width at 100%.
I’ve also attached an example project that can be used to reproduce the error.
- Silvester Schneidt asked 1 year ago
- last active 7 months ago
Hi, I wanted to make a multiple Y-Axis scale with multiple series plot into their respective Y scale. Like this,
Series A plot to 1st Y-axis Scale
Series B plot to 2nd Y-axis Scale
Series C plot to 3rd Y-axis Scale
Series D plot to 4th Y-axis Scale
and all those series are not overlapping each other. I want to do like the picture attached but with the series are not overlapping to each other.
- syahiran keysight asked 2 years ago
- last active 2 years ago