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THE PROBLEM Are are experiencing problems trying to style the Axis MajorGridLines or MinorGridLines using DynamicResource, or style binding? Typically, if you follow our guidelines for styling in our Xaml Styling example [http://www.scichart.com/Abt.Co...
As of SciChart v3.1 and above, we are now delivering nightly and stable builds via NuGet. WHAT IS NUGET?  NuGet is a package manager for Visual Studio and .NET. It allows you to add a reference to a DLL and download it from the cloud. There is no need ...
A question which gets asked a lot is how to create a sweeping, or wrap-around ECG Chart for signal monitoring. In this type of chart, a signal goes from Left to Right, then once the trace hits the right edge, it restarts at the left edge with a small gap....
THE PROBLEM We were recently asked the question how to have a Fixed-Size scrolling window, without using the FIFO Series (e.g. do not discard old data): > _I am plotting real time data with the x-axis being time and y-axis > being a voltage level. The ...
Sometimes people ask us how they can draw Line Series to the right-edge of the chart. There's no built in way to do this yet, but there is a workaround: _*These steps apply to SciChart v3.1 or higher*_ FOLLOW THESE STEPS: * Create a new class calle...
SERIES OFFSETTING OR SCALING This gets asked a lot, so we created a short KB article on it. There is no easy way to add an offset to a series in SciChart. It would be cool if we could provide a property, e.g. DataSeries.VerticalOffset, which would allo...
THE PROBLEM You have a multi axis chart and you are using the RubberBandXyZoomModifier or ZoomPanModifier or MouseWheelModifier. You want to zoom and pan the chart but you want just one axis to stay fixed (not zoom along with the others). THE SOLUTION ...

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