Highlighting an item on a chart

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  1. Sunandini
    Sunandini avatar
    4 posts
    Member since:
    Apr 2009

    Posted 10 May 2009 Link to this post

    I have a WPF application with a Line chart.

    I have a bunch of things that I cannot figure out how to do...
    (1) When I user selects a particular value (in another control), which can be used to identify a particular data point in my chart, I want to be able to "highlight" that point on my chart. Is it possible to do that?
    (2) Is it possible to make the circle which represents each data item bigger?
    (3) When I add more data to the dataseries, the distance between two points on the X Axis keeps shrinking. Is it possible to keep that distance constant and scroll horizontally instead?

    Any help with this is greatly appreciated.


  2. Giuseppe
    Giuseppe avatar
    2363 posts

    Posted 13 May 2009 Link to this post

    Hi Sunandini,

    Onto your questions:

    • This functionality is not supported by the control. We will forward your inquiry to our devteam for further consideration.
    • We assume you are talking about the point mark visual element present in series like Line, Spline, Area, etc. You can achieve the desired functionality by specifying a custom style for the point mark like this via the SeriesDefinition.PointMarkItemStyle property:

    <Window x:Class="WpfApplication3.Window1" 
        <Grid x:Name="GridLayout" Background="DarkGray"
                <Style x:Key="CustomStyle" TargetType="chart:PointMark"
                    <Setter Property="Size" Value="15" /> 
            <control:RadChart x:Name="RadChart1" /> 

    DataSeries series = new DataSeries(); 
    series.Definition = new LineSeriesDefinition(); 
    series.Definition.PointMarkItemStyle = GridLayout.Resources["CustomStyle"as Style; 
    series.Add(new DataPoint(40)); 
    series.Add(new DataPoint(21)); 
    series.Add(new DataPoint(30)); 
    series.Add(new DataPoint(41)); 
    series.Add(new DataPoint(60)); 
    series.Add(new DataPoint(21)); 

    • Unfortunately the current version of the control does not provide scrolling support. We have logged this in our TODO list and we will try to implement it for one of the future releases later this year.

    Kind regards,
    the Telerik team

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