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SciChart WPF Roadmap plus Features Survey / July 2016


SciChart WPF Roadmap plus Features Survey / July 2016

Recently we have made the bold step to port the SciChart realtime WPF Charts software to iOS and Android. This is great news as it ensures the future growth of our company and mean we can continue to serve you, the customer.

Some of you may be thinking “Ok that’s great, but what about WPF?”. Well, WPF is still our number #1 core business (and will continue to be for a long time we think!). This means we need to keep innovating and delivering new chart types & features to our existing and future WPF Charts user-base.

For that we need your input which is why we’ve created a WPF Features Survey! We also have some info about our immediate roadmap which some of you may find useful to know. These are features that are already in progress and will be released later this year.

// SciChart WPF H2 2016 Roadmap

SciChart WPF v4.1

Release date: next 2 weeks


  • WPF Ternary Charts
  • CategoryNumericAxis type
  • Improvements to chart serialization and ExportToFile problems resolved
WPF Ternary Charts with Error Bars
WPF Ternary Charts with Error Bars
WPF Ternary Polygon Chart
WPF Ternary Polygon Chart
WPF Ternary Scatter Chart with Cursors
WPF Ternary Scatter Chart with Cursors
SciChart WPF v4.2

Release date: next 3 months

  • DiscontinuousDateTimeAxis for enhanced trading systems
  • Performance enhancements for SciChart WPF 2D Charts
  • Possible re-write of SciChart.DirectX to update to DirectX11 (solves problems running DirectX10 on some hardware)
  • Possible Radar or Pie or Smith Chart (see survey)

// The SciChart WPF Features Survey

Over the past year we have delivered to you, the user, loads of new enhancements and features. But the question is, what do you want next? What is most valuable to you?

Please take a moment to answer our survey and when answering, please consider what features are most valuable to you in your current and future planned projects.

Create your own user feedback survey

Finally, comments below are welcome, as is direct contact.

Best regards,
[SciChart Team]

By Andrew Burnett-Thompson | Jul 15, 2016
CEO / Founder of SciChart. Masters (MEng) and PhD in Electronics & Signal Processing.Follow me on LinkedIn for more SciChart content, or twitter at @drandrewbt.

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