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There doesn’t seem to be a corresponding IRenderableSeries3DViewModel object like there is in the 2D charts. What am i suppose to bind to the RenderableSeries property of the SciChart3DSurface? If I bind to a

ObservableCollection<IRenderableSeriesViewModel>

object, then I don’t see a corresponding SurfaceMeshRenderableSeries3DViewModel object similar to LineRenderableSeriesViewModel for 2D?

A simple example of series binding using 3D charts would be great!

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Update: SciChart v5.1 and above now contains SeriesBinding3D markup extension

We have added the SeriesBinding3D markup extension to SciChart WPF to enable the same MVVM api in our 3D Charts as our 2D

An example can be found here: https://www.scichart.com/example/wpf-3d-chart-example-manipulate-series-via-series-binding/

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For more information about the MVVM API see here

Best regards
Andrew

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Hi Andy,

I must confess, we haven’t built it yet! … However we are getting a lot of feature requests (and hence interest) in our WPF 3D Charts so I will add this one to the list.

Thanks for requesting!

Best regards,
Andrew

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That would definitely be a nice feature. As a work around, I added a couple of series directly in XAML and then bound their DataSeries and Visibility properties to the view model. Just wondering if you know of a better way?

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