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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!

  • Alexandru Neamtu
    Found the answer in the docs :) “Only NumericAxis types can render UniformXyDataSeries, except LogarithmicNumericAxis and NegativeLogarithmicNumericAxis”
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  • Andrew Burnett-Thompson
    Hi Alex, that is true and well spotted. There’s nothing stopping you from Creating a custom Labelprovider to format numbers as times. The format can be up to you, e.g. 1,2,3 can be formatted as seconds or milliseconds or microseconds
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