I am working with multiple sets of live data.
1.) Live data currently being acquired.
2.) A reference set of data
3.) A calculated set of data
Now, the LIVE and REFERENCE data sets are typically about the same scale. However, the calculated data set can be as small a 0 to 1 scale (percentage).
What I'm attempting to accomplish is to have multiple Y-Axes like in the provided examples so I'll be able to properly display the calculated data.
I'm having a little bit of trouble figuring out how the provided example works (QSF > Charts > Multiple Axis). Is there a way to get some more information on how to set this up using C# over XAML?
As far as I can tell by looking at the example, the C# code adds and removes the different data series based on the checkboxes.
These checkboxes are bound to specific sets of data.
Each set of data has it's own vertical axis styles and are aligned to the right.
Is it simply the different property name bindings used for the LineSeries.ValueBindings?
I'm working with scatterLineSeries if it matters.