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Mar
16
iOS Chart Performance: Metal vs. OpenGL Speed comparison
Posted by Andrew on 16 March 2019 09:00 AM

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Nov
2
Performance debugging: Improving the speed of charts when many NaN
Posted by Andrew on 02 November 2018 12:33 PM

In this video below we have taken an example provided by a customer and shown how to improve the performance of SciChart from stuck UI to real-time when there are several series with millions of points and a high proportion of NaN gaps.

The direct
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Feb
21
Performance Improvements in SciChart WPF v5.1 
Posted by Andrew on 21 February 2018 02:38 PM

SciChart WPF v5.1 will be released in the next few days. Here’s a sneak peak what we have added along with many features & bug fixe! 

Back in 2012 when SciChart WPF first came into existence, our main goal was to deliver High Performance, Realtime Charts to desktop applications on the Windows Presentation Foundation platform. Over the years our performance goalposts have moved. Originally
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Jul
11
Case Study: Real-time Android Charts for Medical Industry
Posted by Andrew on 11 July 2016 11:00 AM

About a year and a half ago, IMT AG (Information Management Technology) approached us to ask about porting SciChart Realtime Charts on the Android operating system. At the time we only supported Windows Presentation Foundation, but thanks to their encouragement, and their sponsorship by committing to pre-order
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Jul
11
Case Study: Real-time Android Charts for Medical Industry
Posted by Andrew on 11 July 2016 11:00 AM

About a year and a half ago, IMT AG (Information Management Technology) approached us to ask about porting SciChart Realtime Charts on the Android operating system. At the time we only supported Windows Presentation Foundation, but thanks to their encouragement, and their sponsorship by committing to pre-order
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Jun
23
How Fast is SciChart’s iOS Chart?
Posted by Yaroslav Pelyukh on 23 June 2016 04:12 PM
iOS Chart Performance: TLDR

In this post, we compare the performance of three well-known iOS Charting Libraries including our own brand new & upcoming iOS Chart: SciChart for iOS. In order to conduct a fair comparison, we have developed a comparison application which generates several different chart types and measures refresh rate (FPS – Frames per Second), as well as CPU Usage and
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