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I would like to use the UniformXyDataSeries because I have different Y values that are equidistant in time. I then assumed that I could use UniformXyDataSeries when X values are equidistant. I created an object of type UniformXyDataSeries but this class expects the XStart and XStep to be double values. I would like to provide TimeSpan values instead of double values. Is there any class that lets us have this setup (uniform data series with Y being double values and X equidistant TimeSpan values)?

Now, if I create a UniformXyDataSeries and provide XStep to be 0.0001 (double value) seconds and set the X axis being a TimeSpanAxis, the chart will not be rendered because it is saying it cannot convert the double value of XStep into a TimeSpan.

Thank you!

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I have a need to display a group of data sets in one chart, but because the duration of the data sets vary quite a bit I’d like to have a logarithmic time axis. Has anyone done this before? Thanks in advance!

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I am trying to add a VerticalLineAnnotation with a text at the bottom to my SciChart graph.

The similar thing works great when the XAxis is a NumericalAxis, but throws an Exception when it is a TimeSpanAxis.

var commentAnnotation = new VerticalLineAnnotationViewModel()
    // Setting the LabelValue only works when the XAxis is a NumericalAxis
    // and throws an Exception when it is a TimeSpanAxis
    LabelValue = "vertical line annotation",
    ShowLabel = true,
    // adjust this to '9' when trying it with a NumericalAxis
    X1 = TimeSpan.FromHours(9),

My SciChartSurface looks like this:

<s:SciChartSurface Annotations="{s:AnnotationsBinding AnnotationViewModels}">
                <s:TimeSpanRange Min="00:00:00" Max="10:00:00" />
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We have Scichart 2.32 version software. In this version, we are using DateTimeAxis format on XAxis. We are showing XAxis Labels in this Text Formatting as “yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss”.
But now, we need to changing the TextFormatting of XLabels.
We need to show time representation of XLabels in Minutes format. We need to show only minute representation during the Time span in the live chart.

How can we achieve this TextFormatting in 2.32 version software? If not, can we achieve this Formatting in the newer versions?

  • gamze asked 5 years ago
  • last active 5 years ago
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