# X-Y-t Graph

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Hello everyone,

I would like to create a real time graph like shown in the attached image. I have a X value and a Y value that change over time.
Let’s say I want to show Volt (V) on the X-axis, Current (I) on the Y-axis and use the Z-axis for the time (t). It is not important to show the time on the graph.

How could I realize such a graph?
Thanks for any help!

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v4.2.2.
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Hi Stefan,

Thanks for your question. I’m not sure if there are two lines or one line on the chart. It is an important detail because by default SciChart assumes all X values are sorted. Anyway, here are some links at relevant documentation articles:

Hope this helps!

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Hello Yuriy,

thank you very much for your response.

It is just one line in the graph. Most graphs use time for the x-asis I guess. In this case there is Voltage used for the x-axis and Current for the y-axis. For the z-axis I use the time value. So basicly it is a 3D-Chart but the z-axis is not shown.

Current and Voltage change over time. I want to show the Current/Voltage pairs in the chart.

I hope you get the idea ðŸ™‚

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Hello Yuriy,

thank you very much for your response.

It is just one line in the graph. Most graphs use time for the x-asis I guess. In this case there is Voltage used for the x-axis and Current for the y-axis. For the z-axis I use the time value. So basicly it is a 3D-Chart but the z-axis is not shown.

Current and Voltage change over time. I want to show the Current/Voltage pairs in the chart.

I hope you get the idea ðŸ™‚

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