I'm having trouble with the multiple Y axis in the TwoIndependentAxis sample when the graphs are continously updated. I'm not sure where, exactly, the problem kicks in.
The problem is, the main Y axis seems to scale to contain the injected graph. If main graph is values 0-3 and injected graph is 0-100, the main axis scales to 0-100 so the graph is almost flat. It works when i run the sample as-is. The expected result is
that main (left axis) is ~0-3 and right axis is 0-100+
I added this code to the sample for testing purposes:
void timer_Elapsed(object sender, System.Timers.ElapsedEventArgs e)
torqueDS.AppendAsync(Dispatcher, new Point(cnt, Math.Pow(cnt, 1.1)));
horsePowersDS.AppendAsync(Dispatcher,new Point(cnt, (cnt % 3)));
private void Window1_Loaded(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
torqueDS = new ObservableDataSource<Point>();
horsePowersDS = new ObservableDataSource<Point>();
timer = new System.Timers.Timer(100);
timer.Elapsed += new System.Timers.ElapsedEventHandler(timer_Elapsed);
timer.AutoReset = true;
plotter.AddLineGraph(horsePowersDS, Colors.Red, 2, "HP per RPM");
var line = innerPlotter.AddLineGraph(torqueDS, Colors.Blue, 2, "Torque per RPM");
I realize this is not the place for c# support, so if I have done something terribly wrong, just show me the door ;) This way of using AppendAsync seems to drop samples when gui is busy, but this is not my actual implementation and just a sample.