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SciChart features a rich PointMarkers API to annotate the data-points of certain series with markers, e.g. Ellipse, Square, Triangle, Cross or custom (UIElement) marker. The following sections detail how to add PointMarkers to your SciChart charting appli...
When used in conjunction with the RolloverModifier, each series displays a RolloverMarker, which tracks the currently highlighted data-point as the user-moves the mouse. The RolloverModifier is the subject of its individual tutorial, but for the sake of c...
All RenderableSeries allow turning on/off of Antialiasing individually. This is useful when you wish to have a Candlestick series with very sharp wicks, but lines must have antialiased smooth edges. To turn Antialiasing on or off, simply set the followi...
SciChart features the ability to change color on a point-by-point basis, using the PaletteProvider feature. For further information, please see our documentation Paletted Series [http://www.scichart.com/documentation/v4.x/webframe.html#Paletted%20Series...
The order that RenderableSeries appear in the SciChartSurface.RenderableSeries [http://www.scichart.com/documentation/webframe.html#Abt.Controls.SciChart.Wpf~Abt.Controls.SciChart.Visuals.SciChartSurface~RenderableSeries.html] collection defines the ZOrde...
HIT-TESTING SERIES The Hit-Test API is set of virtual methods defined on BaseRenderableSeries [http://www.scichart.com/documentation/v4.x/SciChart.Charting~SciChart.Charting.Visuals.RenderableSeries.BaseRenderableSeries.html], and overridden by some of t...
New to SciChart v2.0 and later, the new BasePointMarker derived types can be data-bound to the parent series' SeriesColor. The DataContext for a point-marker is set to the parent RenderableSeries when the point-marker is assigned, so, to bind to SeriesCol...
BASERENDERABLESERIES.ISSELECTED Each BaseRenderableSeries has an IsSelected property. When set to True, two things happen: * The Series Z-order is modified, any selected series are drawn last (highest Z-order) * A BaseRenderableSeries.SelectedSerie...
STROKETHICKNESS AND SERIESCOLOR Many of the RenderableSeries share the following properties: * BaseRenderableSeries.StrokeThickness * BaseRenderableSeries.SeriesColor Series only accept a Color (not Brush) for the main series color. The reason fo...
WHY CAN’T I USE VISIBILITY.COLLAPSED? As previously mentioned in What is a RenderableSeries [http://support.scichart.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/17176/28/what-is-a-renderableseries-and-what-is-a-dataseries], the RenderableSeries _"are...
The ResamplingMode is used to define how SCICHART resamples series before rendering. Please see the options below for ResamplingMode. > Tip! It is important to note that several ResamplingMode methods > make assumptions about the data in order to produc...
Q: WHAT IS A RENDERABLESERIES? The RenderableSeries in SciChart are visual representations of X-Y numeric, or date data. Some RenderableSeries render simple X-Y values (2D points in space), while some render additional information (such as X-Y0-Y1 values...

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