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Customize Series Appearance

After series are populated with data, you should specify how your data should be visualized.

The series view defines the form in which the data set is visualized. The Series3DBase.View property configures the view of a series. The Chart3D control is shipped with the following series views.

Expanded Bars

This view displays data as individual bars. The series point value defines the bar height.

The following XAML configures this view type as shown on image above.

The code above uses the following classes and properties.

Class or Property Description
Series3DBase.View The view of a series.
Bar3DSeriesView The 3D Bar series view.
Bar3DSeriesView.BarModel The model of 3D bars.
Bar3DSeriesView.EqualBarSize The value specifying whether the 3D bars should be inscribed in a square.

Expanded Points

This view displays data as stand-alone points.

The following XAML configures this view type as shown on image above.

The code above uses the following classes and properties.

Class or Property Description
Series3DBase.View The view of a series.
Point3DSeriesView The 3D Point series view.
Marker3DSeriesView.MarkerModel The model of point markers.
Point3DSeriesView.MarkerSize The size of point markers.

Expanded Surface

This view plots a surface passed through all data points.

The following XAML configures this view type as shown on the image above.

The code above uses the following classes and properties.

Class or Property Description
Series3DBase.View The view of a series.
SurfaceSeriesView The 3D Point series view.
Marker3DSeriesView.MarkerModel The model of point markers.
SurfaceSeriesView.MarkerSize The size of point markers.
SurfaceSeriesView.MarkerVisible The value specifying whether the point markers should be visible

Expanded Bubbles

This view displays four-dimensional data using 3D points where the fourth dimension is visualized using the point marker size.

The following XAML configures this view type as shown on the image above.

The code above uses the following classes and properties.

Class or Property Description
Series3DBase.View The view of a series.
Bubble3DSeriesView The 3D Point series view.
Marker3DSeriesView.MarkerModel The model of point markers.
Bubble3DSeriesView.MinSize The size of point markers.
Bubble3DSeriesView.MaxSize The value specifying whether the point markers should be visible

Note that data sources support only three-dimensional data by default, therefore this view introduces attached properties that allow you to add the fourth dimension (weight) values in addition to 3D values.

Attached property Data Source Description
Bubble3DSeriesView.Weight SeriesPoint3DStorage The weight of an individual series point.
Bubble3DSeriesView.WeightDataMember Series3DDataSourceAdapter
or SeriesPoint3DDataSourceAdapter
The name of a data member whose values should be used as weight values (bubble sizes) of bubbles.
Bubble3DSeriesView.Weights SeriesPoint3DMatrixAdapter The array of bubble weights.

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