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I am new to Scichart. I started using it after trying another control to plot a realtime, high speed moving graph. Graph contains 4 channels or series. Each channel will have a common interval at x axis but different intervals at y axis. WPF application receives data at a serial port at a speed of 100 points every 24 milliseconds. I need to plot this realtime, moving. I also need to change intervals of x and y axis when running graph so the graph continues to plot at new interval.

Further more I also need to read values from x or y axis ie, Xa, Xb or Ya,Yb by moving cursor.

All these features where implemented using the previous control. but speed of plotting was low when comparing with speed of data received so buffering occurs.

Can all these be implemented using Scichart? If so can suggest some example so that I can refer it. What urgently required is changing divisions along x and y axis.
I need the appearance to be as in the image attached.

Thanks in advance!

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Hi Sophiya,

There are a number of examples that can help you get started with SciChart to create realtime graphs.

I suggest taking a look at our tutorials. Tutorial 6 is about realtime updates.

The source code for tutorials is here, under v5.x -> Tutorials.

Finally, in the SciChart WPF Examples Suite, search for ‘Realtime’ and you will find all the examples which have realtime updates.

Let me know if this helps!

Best regards,

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Hi Andrew,

Thanks for your answer. What I need to do urgently is that I need to change the intervals of Y axis of each channels at runtime, ie while plotting graph. No Autoarrange of interval required. If channel 1 is set to 10, then it will plot using that interval until I change it manually to 5 or 25. Like wise each channel will have different interval. Can you some example or idea how to implement it

Thanks In Advance!!

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