User (Legacy) Posted June 7, 2006 Report Share Posted June 7, 2006 I was just wondering if you have any plans for layer support. It would be very useful to display combined graphs with different dataset. Example: scatter graph with "n" number of points and interpolated line between "k" number of points... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

Software FX Posted June 7, 2006 Report Share Posted June 7, 2006 You can have multiple series in the same chart. Through the use of hidden points and X-Values you can simulate having series with different number of points. You use the X-Values to align the points. For example. If you have 5 points in one series and 3 in the other, you will have something like: chart.Data.Clear(); chart.Data.Series = 2; chart.Data.Points = 10; // First series chart.Data.Y[0,0] = v1; chart.Data.X[0,0] = x1; chart.Data.Y[0,1] = v2; chart.Data.Y[0,1] = x2; chart.Data.Y[0,2] = v3; chart.Data.Y[0,2] = x3; chart.Data.Y[0,3] = v4; chart.Data.X[0,3] = x4; chart.Data.Y[0,4] = v5; chart.Data.X[0,4] = x5; // Second series chart.Data.Y[1,0] = k1; chart.Data.X[1,0] = x1; chart.Data.Y[1,1] = k2; chart.Data.Y[1,1] = x2; chart.Data.Y[1,2] = k3; chart.Data.Y[1,2] = x4; // Notice how X is used to align the series, in this case point #3 in series 2 has the same X-value as point #4 in series 1. -- Francisco Padron www.chartfx.com Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

User (Legacy) Posted June 16, 2006 Author Report Share Posted June 16, 2006 Your example gave me the follwoing results: Code: chart.Data.Clear(); chart.Data.Series = 2; chart.Series[0].Gallery = Gallery.Lines; chart.Series[1].Gallery = Gallery.Lines; chart.Data.Points = 10; // First series chart.Data.Y[0, 0] = 10; chart.Data.X[0, 0] = 10; chart.Data.Y[0, 1] = 12; chart.Data.Y[0, 1] = 12; chart.Data.Y[0, 2] = 14; chart.Data.Y[0, 2] = 14; chart.Data.Y[0, 3] = 16; chart.Data.X[0, 3] = 16; chart.Data.Y[0, 4] = 18; chart.Data.X[0, 4] = 18; // Second series chart.Data.Y[1, 0] = 20; chart.Data.X[1, 0] = 10; chart.Data.Y[1, 1] = 22; chart.Data.Y[1, 1] = 12; chart.Data.Y[1, 2] = 24; chart.Data.Y[1, 2] = 14; I didn´t expect these results... Kind regards, Alexei Dragoner (Shell Research and Development) "SoftwareFX Support" <noreply@softwarefx.com> wrote in message news:8ayz3zliGHA.1204@webserver3.softwarefx.com... > You can have multiple series in the same chart. Through the use of hidden > points and X-Values you can simulate having series with different number of > points. You use the X-Values to align the points. > > For example. If you have 5 points in one series and 3 in the other, you will > have something like: > > chart.Data.Clear(); > chart.Data.Series = 2; > chart.Data.Points = 10; > > // First series > chart.Data.Y[0,0] = v1; > chart.Data.X[0,0] = x1; > chart.Data.Y[0,1] = v2; > chart.Data.Y[0,1] = x2; > chart.Data.Y[0,2] = v3; > chart.Data.Y[0,2] = x3; > chart.Data.Y[0,3] = v4; > chart.Data.X[0,3] = x4; > chart.Data.Y[0,4] = v5; > chart.Data.X[0,4] = x5; > > // Second series > chart.Data.Y[1,0] = k1; > chart.Data.X[1,0] = x1; > chart.Data.Y[1,1] = k2; > chart.Data.Y[1,1] = x2; > chart.Data.Y[1,2] = k3; > chart.Data.Y[1,2] = x4; // Notice how X is used to align the series, in this > case point #3 in series 2 has the same X-value as point #4 in series 1. > > -- > Francisco Padron > www.chartfx.com > > Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

Software FX Posted June 16, 2006 Report Share Posted June 16, 2006 I realized there were some typos in my code, namely, the some X values were being assigned to Data.Y instead of Data.X: chart.Data.Y[0,0] = v1; chart.Data.X[0,0] = x1; chart.Data.Y[0,1] = v2; chart.Data.X[0,1] = x2; // HERE chart.Data.Y[0,2] = v3; chart.Data.X[0,2] = x3; // HERE chart.Data.Y[0,3] = v4; chart.Data.X[0,3] = x4; chart.Data.Y[0,4] = v5; chart.Data.X[0,4] = x5; // Second series chart.Data.Y[1,0] = k1; chart.Data.X[1,0] = x1; chart.Data.Y[1,1] = k2; chart.Data.X[1,1] = x2; // HERE chart.Data.Y[1,2] = k3; chart.Data.X[1,2] = x4; // HERE -- Francisco Padron www.chartfx.com Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

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