I would like to be able to create a histogram where both the x and y axis are linear series and where I can specify the start and end position of each bin (not just one). Previously described workarounds include using StepLineSeries and bar series which cannot have two linear series. I cannot use a scatter plot series as they do not provide the step-wise look of the histogram. Please add this support!
When a chart have long labels on the X axis (like date and time) the zoom is not accurate on the horizontal extents with both mouse wheel and drag area.
The reason is probably that the screen coordinates of the selected area are not mapped correctly on the X axis. The mapping works fine for tooltip.
You can verify this behavior in the attached Solution. In the images you can see the selected area (01), that the zoomed area is a region with no points (02) and the actual position of the points.
Add support for BoxPlot series type either through enabling extensibility of the CandlestickSeries type, or through providing new built-in BoxPlot series type.
Gaps appear between the bars in the stacks when the series are populated with negative and positive values. Check the attached picture. If you have a scenario with mixed values (positive and negative) use RangeBarSeries instead of BarSeries.
I would like the possibility to change the color of a line depending on the value.
I have values between -1 to 10.
If the value is -1 I would like the color (or possible the opacity) to change until it goes back to 0 or above.
Issue1) When no RenderTransformOrigin is set to ScaleAnimation, all slices should be scaled from the pie chart center point. Currently thiss is not true, to better reproduce it , set MaxScale > 1 and notice slices overlap each other at the end of the animation.
Issue2) When RenderTransformOrigin is set to , for example (0, 0), all slices should start animating from topleft corner of the chart. Currently only the first one is animated from top left and all others are animated from pie chart center.
An InvalidCastException is thrown in the Fill/Background property binding in the series' DefaultVisualStyle when the RenderOptions is set to Bitmap or Direct2D.
Make the StepLineSeries being able to plot a 'step' for a single point. Currently the StepLine series does not support drawing a single data point when it is in the beginning or the end of the ItemsSource.