Profile Picture

Countour line values

Posted By Marco Cernuschi 7 Years Ago
Author
Message
Marco Cernuschi
Question Posted 7 Years Ago
View Quick Profile
Forum Newbie

Forum Newbie (0 reputation)Forum Newbie (0 reputation)Forum Newbie (0 reputation)Forum Newbie (0 reputation)Forum Newbie (0 reputation)Forum Newbie (0 reputation)Forum Newbie (0 reputation)Forum Newbie (0 reputation)Forum Newbie (0 reputation)

Group: Forum Members
Last Active: 7 Years Ago
Posts: 1, Visits: 7
Hi
My company is developing a c# software to analyze material density information. At the end of the math we need to show the results as an heatmap chart with contour lines.
We would like to show the values on the contour lines (see example below). Can we do it using the Nevron Chart libraries?

https://www.nevron.com/forum/uploads/images/68213008-c1ab-42f8-bc7d-ec5d.png

Nevron Support
Posted 7 Years Ago
View Quick Profile
Supreme Being

Supreme Being (4,298 reputation)Supreme Being (4,298 reputation)Supreme Being (4,298 reputation)Supreme Being (4,298 reputation)Supreme Being (4,298 reputation)Supreme Being (4,298 reputation)Supreme Being (4,298 reputation)Supreme Being (4,298 reputation)Supreme Being (4,298 reputation)

Group: Forum Members
Last Active: Last Week
Posts: 3,034, Visits: 3,710
Hi Marco,
You can take a look at the following examples shipped with the control that show how to create a heat map chart:

All Examples \ Chart Gallery \ Heat Map
heat map in 2D with support for empty data points, but no contour lines. We also have plans to have an annotated contour support in the next major release.

All Examples \ Chart Gallery \ Grid Surface
All Examples \ Chart Gallery \ Mesh Surface
All Examples \ Chart Gallery \ Triangulated Surface

All these series types can be used to display heat map with contour (you need to just modify the chart projection so that it looks at the chart from top to bottom). It also depends on how the incoming data is organized. Most likely based on the image you attached you will require a mesh or triangulated series.

Hope this helps - let us know if you meet any problems or have any questions.





Best Regards,
Nevron Support Team





Similar Topics


Reading This Topic