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Making the difference: Grade A problem solving customer servants – case story of Arction Support Team

Making the difference: Grade A problem solving customer servants – case story of Arction Support Team.Few weeks back, in June, we wrote a shout out to our support team. We wanted to manifest what in our minds a great, grade A support means and wanted to lift these...

What’s happened with LightningChart® lately?

What's happened with LightningChart® lately?Product development news: Usability improvements & new featuresLightningChart v.7 was released already way back in 2015, and it’s quite precise to mention that a lot (!) has happened with product development of our charting...

Using Scale Breaks in Data Visualization

Using Scale Breaks in Data Visualization Starting from LightningChart® .NET version 8, X axes has supported Scale breaks. Scale breaks allow excluding specific X ranges, e.g. inactive trading hours/dates or machinery off-production hours. In effect, scale breaks allow...

Lighting

This article covers basics of Lighting in Data Visualization.

Lighting

Lighting by Alexey Tukalo Introduction The combination of shades and lights is essential for the demonstration of a...