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Hi,
I am trying to create a new FastUniformHeatMap at runtime and bind it to a dataset, everything needs to be done in the code behind and I am not using MVVM.
I can create the HeatMap in the code behind with:

        SciChartSurface g2d = new SciChartSurface();
        FastUniformHeatmapRenderableSeries fuhrs = new FastUniformHeatmapRenderableSeries();
        HeatmapColorPalette hcp = new HeatmapColorPalette();
        NumericAxis xaxis = new NumericAxis();
        NumericAxis yaxis = new NumericAxis();
        g2d.RenderableSeries = new ObservableCollection<IRenderableSeries>() { fuhrs };
        g2d.XAxis = xaxis;
        g2d.YAxis = yaxis;

I can set the DataSeries with:

       g2d.RenderableSeries[0].DataSeries = myDataSeries;

(Where myDataSeries is a property returning a UniformHeatMapDataSeries object)

and I get my image, however, it is not bound to the property and if myDataSeries changes the image will not change.

How do I bind the DataSeries instead of just setting it, in this case?

I can make it work easily from the Xaml:

< sciChart:FastUniformHeatmapRenderableSeries DataSeries=”{Binding Path=myDataSeries, Mode=OneWay}” />

but I cannot figure out how to do it from the code behind.

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Hi Matteo,

Thanks for your inquiry.
Please take a look at our real-time “Heatmap Chart” example:
https://www.scichart.com/example/wpf-chart/wpf-chart-example-heatmap-chart/

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