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Is it possible with SciChart to generate a Nonuniform Heatmap where the xRangeMapping values depend on the y value, and vice versa? We are mapping a spherical data series to a “flat” projection and would like to present this as a 2D heatmap. That is, we are converting latitude/longitude coordinates to Cartesian, then projecting the +Z hemisphere onto a 2D surface. I’ve attached a screenshot of the mapping of (lat, lon) to (x, y). Any suggestions are greatly appreciated!

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Hi Matthew,

Is it possible for you to use the XyScatterRenderableSeries instead of NonUniformHeatmapRenderableSeries?
Your attached screenshot of the mapping (lat, lon) to (x, y) looks more like a scatter series.

If you need to change colors, you can use the PaletteProvider API on the scatter series.
In addition, if you need a different marker shape, it’s possible to create a custom marker with the PointMarker API.

For more information about the ScatterSeries, please take a look at the following example:
https://www.scichart.com/example/wpf-chart-example-scatter-chart-performance-demo/?gclid=Cj0KCQjwlOmLBhCHARIsAGiJg7nj_HdsetNDCq_-4vAWJfegy7NaUi8C89AknACgsC-517ogPhxIHgsaAl28EALw_wcB

Best regards,
Dmytro Herasymenko
SciChart WPF Developer

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