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Is there a corresponding Documentation for the 3D Chart like this one for 2D Charts: https://www.scichart.com/example/wpf-chart-example-series-with-metadata/
What I am trying to do is to make some PointMarkers of the ScatterRenderableSeries3DViewModel in the 3D Chart bigger depending on the PointMetadata3D.
For 2D Charts I could accomplish that with the Documentation mentioned above. Now I want to do the same for 3D Charts.
Can someone give me a hint how to do that?
Apologies, I kind of mis-read your question … Making scatter points bigger is easy in 3D
Take a look at The Bubble 3D Chart Type
The scaling is controlled by the PointMetadata3D.Scale property.
There is also an example here: https://www.scichart.com/example/wpf-3d-chart-example-simple-bubble-3d-chart/
There is a custom point marker in 3D but it is limited to simple textures placed on a flat quad. For example we have a demo of this feature here:
<!-- CustomPointMarker3D allows a VisualBrush, SolidColorBrush, ImageBrush etc... to be placed on a point-marker --> <s3D:CustomPointMarker3D x:Key="CustomPointMarkerResource"> <s3D:CustomPointMarker3D.Brush> <VisualBrush> <VisualBrush.Visual> <Canvas Width="512" Height="512" Background="Yellow" Grid.Row="1" HorizontalAlignment="Left"> <Ellipse Fill="Black" Width="75" Height="75" Canvas.Left="125" Canvas.Top="150"/> <Ellipse Fill="Black" Width="75" Height="75" Canvas.Left="325" Canvas.Top="150"/> <Path Stroke="Black" Data="M 125,300 S 225,400 325, 300" StrokeThickness="20" StrokeEndLineCap="Round" StrokeStartLineCap="Round" Canvas.Left="35" /> </Canvas> </VisualBrush.Visual> </VisualBrush> </s3D:CustomPointMarker3D.Brush> </s3D:CustomPointMarker3D>
This results in the following.
We don’t unfortunately have a method to change the pointmarker on a per-point basis in 3D Charts like how we do in 2D charts … You may have to log a feature request. Would you care to elaborate on your requirements a little bit more?
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