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Getting Started with SCICHART iOS
Posted by Yaroslav Pelyukh on 15 June 2016 03:05 PM
Make yourself a coffee and let’s get started with SciChart iOS! Quickest of the Quick Start Guide

Ok so you’ve downloaded and installed the SciChart iOS Trial. Great! Now what?
Check out this Quickest of the QuickStart Guide below which shows you how to open the Examples Suite and see what SciChart iOS can do.

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Upgrade guide from SciChart v3.x to SciChart v4.x
Posted by Andrew on 18 January 2016 10:43 AM

So a lot of people are checking out the SciChart v4 BETA. That’s great! Except, of those who contacted us, no-one seemed to be aware that we’ve actually created a tool to help you migrate from v3.x to v4.x. This could save you a *lot* of time as there are significant API changes in the SciChart v4 SDK. The following is a guide to help you upgrade quickly from v3.x to
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DirectX Scatter Chart Performance Fixed!
Posted by Andrew on 26 July 2015 06:46 PM

Just a quick update from our weekend warriors working hard to make SciChart the best High Performance WPF charting platform:

You may have seen we mentioned that DirectX Scatter chart performance is worse than software.

For background information, see

  • Enabling Software vs. Hardware Rendering Plugins
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Insane WPF Scatter Chart performance with Parallel Rendering
Posted by Andrew on 23 July 2015 09:42 PM

Today one of our first ever customers (dan danna naah!) contacted us after 3-years and asked about our Scatter Chart performance. They are still using v1.x of SciChart and wanted to know if it was possible with the latest version to draw a million points in a scatter chart at interactive framerates, and what performance improvements we had achieved over the years.

This was a chance for us to show off, I thought!!
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Using the VerticalSliceModifier
Posted by Andrew on 15 July 2015 07:12 PM

New documentation is now available for using the VerticalSliceModifier.

Please see the article Adding draggable RolloverModifier style lines with the VerticalSliceModifier over at our knowledgebase!

If you have any feedback, let us
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.NET OutOfMemoryException on AnyCPU? Read this!
Posted by Andrew on 17 July 2014 02:57 PM

Recently a member of the Forums reported receiving an OutOfMemoryException in SciChart when appending 40,000,000 points to a DataSeries.

With .NET4.5, AnyCPU, plenty of RAM and a 64-bit operating system this shouldn’t happen, right? This caught us out too so its worth an article to our user-base.

.NET 4.5 AnyCPU != AnyCPU

In .NET4.5, there is a new project
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