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Request for enhancement to polar charts to allow for rotation of the X axis. I want to use this chart type with compass directions. Therefore a range of 0-360 with 0 at the top of the chart.

I was able to use the workaround for rotation here:
https://www.scichart.com/questions/question/polar-chart-x-axis-starting-point-and-direction

However as the OP on that question noted there are several drawbacks to simply rotating the entire chart surface.
Also I found that at run-time rotating the chart surface is inaccurate as in this example:

Polar chart example

As you can see the 100 degree mark is not in the correct location. Directly right should be 90.

In the designer the chart axis looks as it should:

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  • wawr asked 8 years ago
  • last active 3 years ago
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Hello all,

I am implementing polar chart in my wpf application, and I am trying to customize the next with no success:
– Xaxis data range is between the lowest and the highest value. I need that xaxis goes from 0º to 360º, but sometimes my angle dataseries does not cover the whole range (i.e. it goes from 15º to 270º). I’ve tried a customtickprovider, setting VisibleRange from 0 to 360º, but it doesn’t work. Any ideas?
– I need that the line connecting to points is a straight, but a curve is drawn instead. Is there any property in PolarXAxis or FastLineRenderableSeries to achieve this?

Regards,
Juan

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Hello,
I have a polar chart in my wpf application and I want to get data value from pixel coordinates, once the user has
clicked on scichart surface. This is what I tried:

   mouseClick = (s, arg) =>
        {
            var mousePoint = arg.GetPosition((UIElement)this.sciChartSurface.GridLinesPanel);

    //From cartesian to polar conversion
            double xpolar = Math.Atan(mousePoint2.Y / mousePoint2.X);
            double ypolar = Math.Sqrt(Math.Pow(mousePoint2.X, 2) + Math.Pow(mousePoint2.Y, 2));

            double a = sciChartSurface.RenderableSeries[_trace_index].XAxis.GetCurrentCoordinateCalculator().GetDataValue(xpolar);
            double b = sciChartSurface.RenderableSeries[_trace_index].YAxis.GetCurrentCoordinateCalculator().GetDataValue(ypolar);
};

This code gets mouse point coordinates, then it converts pixel coordinates to polar, and then (a,b) data are obtained with
GetCurrentCoordinateCalculator().GetDataValue(), but a and b have some strange values. I’ve tried just the opposite (from data value to pixel coordinate using GetCoordinate()), but it still doesn’t work. Any ideas? Is it possible to get data from pixel coordinates in polar chart?

Thanks in advance,
Juan

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I recently needed to change the Rotation Angle of a polar plot from the default to 90 degrees. We have line annotations for different points on the polar plot. After the change, the annotation was still plotted on the default Rotation Angle.

I manually updated the points like this for the annotations to work:

var line = new LineAnnotation();

                var x1 = (double)NewSeries.DataSeries.XValues[0];
                var x2 = (double)NewSeries.DataSeries.XValues[1];

                if (x1.Between(0, 90) && x2.Between(0, 90))
                {
                    x1 += 270;
                    x2 += 270;
                }
                else
                {
                    x1 -= 90;
                    x2 -= 90;
                }

                line.X1 = x1;
                line.X2 = x2;

Is there another way to update the annotation or is something like this the preferred way?

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I’m trying out polar chart for my specific needs. In my scenario x-axis needs to display 0-360 (angle) values starting from bottom and going counter-clockwise so that 0 is at the bottom, 90 is at right, 180 is at the top and so on. Looking at polar chart default x-axis display it starts from right and go clockwise. Is there any way to change this behavior?

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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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Hi there!

I wonder if SciChart has support (for Android & iOS) for the following chart types (see attached example chart images):

  • Timeline chart (where events are mapped onto a linear timeline)

  • “Equation” chart (which shows an ellipsis, based on a mathematical equation)

  • Polar chart (as line, column and stacked bars)

If yes, how do I implement these chart types!?

Thanks in advance!

/Jacob

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I see there is a Polar chart type for WPF charts and that one is “coming soon” to Android. Is it known when we can expect it to be available on Android?

Thank you in advance.

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Hi,

I would like to know if the SCICHART support the 3D polar plot, as shown below.

3D polar example

Many thanks
Dan

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Hi SciChart team,

there is a working example that implement a Polar Chart type for iOS?
I was unable to find anything in the documentation. Only for WPF platform.
If not, there is a plan to support this kind of chart in next release of the library?

Thanks for the help.

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Hi everyone,

i’m just looking for a polar chart that can plot 3D-Data like Heatmap Chart. Anyone has an idea about it?

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Hello.

When the “RotationAngle” is set for “PolarXAxis” in the range -180 to 0 degrees, the “HitTest” method returns a “HitTestInfo” instance with an invalid “DataSeriesIndex” value. In most cases, “DataSeriesIndex” differs by 1 from the position of the item in the “DataSeries” collection under the mouse cursor.

Please help me to solve this problem.

The attached project reproduces only this problem.

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