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  1. Thanks Frank. It works! As we are using a different version of CFX from that described in the article, we weren't clear what the 'ChartFX' in the .licx was for. But now it makes sense. (Class Name, Dll Name) w/ (Dll File Name) Thanks again Make it a great day Tejo
  2. Trying to see if one namespace-dll combo works before we add the others that we use. The other namespaces that we use are: ChartFX.WinForms ChartFX.WinForms ChartFX.WinForms.DataProviders ChartFX.WinForms.DataProviders ChartFX.WinForms.Statistical ChartFX.WinForms.StatisticalGuess the corresponding dlls are: ChartFX.WinForms.dll, ChartFX.WinForms.Base.dll ChartFX.WinForms.Data.dll ChartFX.WinForms.Data.dll ChartFX.WinForms.Statistical.dll ChartFX.WinForms.Statistical.dll
  3. Frank, Please find the attached licenses file (As a .licx file would not upload to this post, I added the .txt to it). Here is the command I'm using: lc /target:OurApp.exe /complist:Licenses.licx /i:ChartFX.WinForms.dll Just to be curious! also tried the command on the DLL (which calls ChartFX) that our application uses. lc /target:OurDLL.dll /complist:Licenses.licx /i:ChartFX.WinForms.dll All files in the same folder. But always get the error: Licenses.licx(1): error LC0003: Unable to resolve type 'ChartFX.WinForms.Chart' Thanks for any help Tejo
  4. Frank, Thanks for the reply. Tried using ChartFX.WinForms.Chart in the Licenses.licx file.. but the same error remains.. Tejo
  5. Hi there, We are building a VC#.NET dll for providing charts in Our VC++ MFC application (WinXP OS) This dll uses the ChartFX.WinForms.dll for generating the charts. As per the documentation titled: "Q6101010. How to manually add a Chart FX license to an executable" At: http://support.softwarefx.com/ShowArticle.aspx?Type=KB&Product=CfxNet70&Source=http://support.softwarefx.com/kb/610/1/010.htm We tried the procedure described stepwise and encountering the below error. Note: For the step 2 we are using: ChartFX.WinForms For the step 4 we are using: lc /target:OurApp.exe /complist:Li
  6. Thanks for the info Frank. Will get the command and try doing nothing or display a message when the button gets clicked. Have a nice day Tejo
  7. I don't know why the message displayed thrice.. it got worse when I tried to edit the message.. so pls read the first one and ignore the repeats.. Thanks
  8. Hi there, We're trying to customize what buttons are displayed on the toolbar using code that looks like this: m_chart.ToolBar.Clear(); ToolBarItem command1 = new ToolBarItem(CommandId.PrintDialog); m_chart.ToolBar.Insert(0, command1); ToolBarItem command4 = new ToolBarItem(CommandId.Zoom); m_chart.ToolBar.Insert(3, command4); m_chart.ToolBar.Insert(3, command4); When user clicks on any of the above buttons, we are seeing a "Statistics" button showing up at the end of the toolbar!! Previously we added an SPC study to the chart using the below code, but never wanted to display a bu
  9. Frank, Thanks for clearing the doubt. That was really useful to know. I will use the chart.Data for the dX variable and for color coding. I will keep away from Calculators.Data for now. Have a good weekend. Tejo
  10. Frank Hi, When trying to mark/flag the points that are beyond +/-3Sigma, I tried to use the following: double dX = m_statistics.Calculators[0].Data; if ((dX > (dMean + 3 * dSigma)) || (dX < (dMean - 3 * dSigma))) m_chart.Points[0, i].Color = Color.Red; It looks like the m_chart.Points[0,i] is different from the Calculators[0].Data point. So how do I access the data point in the calculators class for changing color (or displaying the point label, etc..).. how do I access the data point in the calculators class for changing color (or displaying the point label, etc..).. Even usin
  11. I guess I can keep Thanking in the above for-loop. I am glad that our discussion came upon something that could help future generations of users. Make it a great day! Tejo
  12. Frank, So it looks like it will take retrieving and comparing each Data value against the retrieved Mean and Sigma values first and then comparing against previous such Data values to see if the Data point is one of the Last X points to arrive at each rule. If Chart FX already had some kind of program/code that does this to arrive at the WECO pass or fail, incorporating such analysis into the API could save a great deal of effort for end users in recreating the analysis. So, here's one for the Wish List!! ) Either way, that was very useful info and thanks for all your help. Tejo
  13. Frank, Thanks for your response. I tried looking through the documentation for more information on WECO and the Calculator class for details on how to perform atleast one of these tests programmatically. But without much luck. Is there an example or a code snippet that I can use to do the following: Add a '4of5 Above +1Sigma' Test & Display the result (Pass/Fail) on the chart, Flag/mark the points on the chart that made the test fail. Thanks for any infoTejo
  14. Hi There, We're trying to implement Control Charting using Line Charts with SPC Statistics. I'm trying to obtain info on supported WECO Rule configurations. I am able to add the WECO Rule test using the following code: statistics1.Studies.Add(Test.Weco); This only displays if the test 'Passed' or 'Failed'. But I am wondering if there are any additional WECO Rule configurations available. I would like to see if we can flag data points if: 7 points in a row are above 1Sigma; 5 points in a row are on one side of the Mean; etc.. Please let me know if this is possible with Chart FX Statist
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