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  1. Ryan
    Ryan avatar
    1 posts
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    Jun 2012

    Posted 27 Jun 2012 Link to this post

    We are looking to change our charting products and I chose to use the ChartView over the older RadChart for the speed and the better customization options, but I am finding some things missing. The big thing is I need a chart with linear X & Y axis, smoothing (spline type is typically what I would use), and ability for marked zones. I have read several other posts concerning some of these and saying they would be available in the upcoming release (Q2 2012), but I am unable to find these.

    Am I missing something or are these features not yet implemented?

    Also, I watched the webinar over Q2 2012 Xaml controls and saw a mention of new RadChartView features, but I heard nothing about them. Is there any updated documentation with whats new in RadChartView for Q2 2012.

    Thanks for your help and continue the good work,
  2. Giuseppe
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    2363 posts

    Posted 02 Jul 2012 Link to this post

    Hello Ryan,

    Unfortunately ScatterSplineSeries and support for annotations (gridlines, marked zones, and custom framework elements) are still not available in RadChartView. We are planning to introduce annotations for Q3 2012, as for ScatterSplineSeries -- we have logged your feature request in our public issue tracking system here and we will forward it to our developers for further consideration but we cannot commit a specific timeframe right now.

    As for the new features -- we are still in the process of updating our online documentation but you can find the WPF What's New section on our website here. The two most significant features added to RadChartView for Q2 2012 are:
    • Empty Values Support: This feature allows RadChartView to visualize missing pieces of data. If you have incomplete records of data they will be displayed correct by “gaps” in all of the available types series.
    • UI Virtualization: This feature adds to the already stellar rendering performance of the control and further improves behavior for extremely deep zoom levels.

    Kind regards,
    the Telerik team

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