I see one can set an optional PointMarker in FastErrorBarsRenderableSeries. I thought doing so would cause the markers to be drawn at the data points. But this isn’t happening. And in the ErrorBars demo code, you define a separate XyScatterRenderableSeries to draw the data points.
What’s the preferred way? Obviously I can use both an XyScatterRenderableSeries and a FastErrorBarsRenderableSeries, but I’d rather just have one if it can draw both.
OK, thanks. I’m happy to draw a separate scatter series for now.
Note, however, that the following statement (with CAPS added by me), which I found in the online documentation (scichart.com/documentation/Abt.Controls.SciChart.Wpf~Abt.Controls.SciChart.Visuals.RenderableSeries.FastErrorBarsRenderableSeries.html), seems to imply that the pointmarkers would be drawn if the BasePointMarker object is created.
“A RenderableSeries HAS a Abt.Controls.SciChart.Model.DataSeries.IDataSeries data-source, MAY HAVE a Abt.Controls.SciChart.Visuals.PointMarkers.BasePointMarker point-marker, and draws onto a specific … “
BaseRenderableSeries has the PointMarker property. That does not mean that all series support drawing pointmarkers.
In actual fact, FastErrorBarsRenderableSeries does not draw a pointmarker. It could be made to, very easily, if it would make life easier!
For now, the best accepted workaround is to draw a separate scatter series and error bars as per our example.
Hope that helps,
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