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C# - Multi Splines on Chart Control.

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Hi everyone.

In my app has myArray[x,5]. This myArray is populate every minute. I need add 5 Splines on the chart; one for each y in myArray. Put screenshot for viewing.
Although the values are differents, plot only this single line.
C#, VS2010 Ultimate, WinForms, not WPF.
All help is welcome, thanks in advance, ocaccy
single line spline chart
        public void AddData2_7()
            {
            DateTime timeStamp=DateTime.Now;

            foreach(Series ptSeries127 in chart2_7.Series)
                {
                AddNewPoint1227(timeStamp,ptSeries127);
                }
            }

        public void AddNewPoint1227(DateTime timeStamp,System.Windows.Forms.DataVisualization.Charting.Series ptSeries1227)
            {
            // Add new data point to its series.
            ptSeries1227.Points.AddXY(timeStamp.ToOADate(),Convert.ToDouble(a_s_Ritsu[cHR,3]));
            //ptSeries1227.Points.AddXY(timeStamp.ToOADate(),Convert.ToDouble(a_s_Ritsu[cHR,5]));
            //ptSeries1227.Points.AddXY(timeStamp.ToOADate(),Convert.ToDouble(a_s_Ritsu[cHR,7]));

            // remove all points from the source series older than 20 seconds.
            //double removeBefore = timeStamp.AddSeconds((double)(59) * (-1)).ToOADate();
            double removeBefore=timeStamp.AddMinutes((double)(10)*(-1)).ToOADate();

            //remove oldest values to maintain a constant number of data points
            while(ptSeries1227.Points[0].XValue<removeBefore)
                {
                ptSeries1227.Points.RemoveAt(0);
                }

            chart2_7.ChartAreas[0].AxisX.Minimum=ptSeries1227.Points[0].XValue;
            //chart2_7.ChartAreas[0].AxisX.Maximum = DateTime.FromOADate(ptSeries.Points[0].XValue).AddSeconds(60).ToOADate();
            chart2_7.ChartAreas[0].AxisX.Maximum=DateTime.FromOADate(ptSeries1227.Points[0].XValue).AddMinutes(10).ToOADate();
            chart2_7.Invalidate();
            }
void MakeChart()
	{
            #region chart2_7.Series.Add("seriesx")
            chart2_7.Series.Add("ID01");
            chart2_7.Series["ID01"].ChartArea="ChartArea1";
            chart2_7.Series["ID01"].ChartType=System.Windows.Forms.DataVisualization.Charting.SeriesChartType.Spline;
            chart2_7.Series["ID01"].Color=System.Drawing.Color.Lime;
            chart2_7.Series["ID01"].Legend="Legend1";
            chart2_7.Series["ID01"].Name="ID01";

            chart2_7.Series.Add("ID02");
            chart2_7.Series["ID02"].ChartArea="ChartArea1";
            chart2_7.Series["ID02"].ChartType=System.Windows.Forms.DataVisualization.Charting.SeriesChartType.Spline;
            chart2_7.Series["ID02"].Color=System.Drawing.Color.Orange;
            chart2_7.Series["ID02"].Legend="Legend1";
            chart2_7.Series["ID02"].Name="ID02";

            chart2_7.Series.Add("ID03");
            chart2_7.Series["ID03"].ChartArea="ChartArea1";
            chart2_7.Series["ID03"].ChartType=System.Windows.Forms.DataVisualization.Charting.SeriesChartType.Spline;
            chart2_7.Series["ID03"].Color=System.Drawing.Color.BlueViolet;
            chart2_7.Series["ID03"].Legend="Legend1";
            chart2_7.Series["ID03"].Name="ID03";

            chart2_7.Series.Add("Warning");
            chart2_7.Series["Warning"].ChartArea="ChartArea1";
            chart2_7.Series["Warning"].ChartType=System.Windows.Forms.DataVisualization.Charting.SeriesChartType.FastLine;
            chart2_7.Series["Warning"].Color=System.Drawing.Color.Blue;
            chart2_7.Series["Warning"].Legend="Legend1";
            chart2_7.Series["Warning"].Name="Warning";

            chart2_7.Series.Add("Alarm");
            chart2_7.Series["Alarm"].ChartArea="ChartArea1";
            chart2_7.Series["Alarm"].ChartType=System.Windows.Forms.DataVisualization.Charting.SeriesChartType.FastLine;
            chart2_7.Series["Alarm"].Color=System.Drawing.Color.Red;
            chart2_7.Series["Alarm"].Legend="Legend1";
            chart2_7.Series["Alarm"].Name="Alarm";
            #endregion // chart2_7.Series.Add("seriesx")
}

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Ok guys. The code below solved my problem.
        public void XY_AddNewPoint27()
            {
            DateTime timeStamp=DateTime.Now;
            // Add new data point to its series.
            chart2_7.Series["ID01-"].Points.AddXY(timeStamp.ToOADate(),Convert.ToDouble(a_s_Ritsu[cHR,3]));
            chart2_7.Series["ID02"].Points.AddXY(timeStamp.ToOADate(),Convert.ToDouble(a_s_Ritsu[cHR,5]));
            chart2_7.Series["ID03"].Points.AddXY(timeStamp.ToOADate(),Convert.ToDouble(a_s_Ritsu[cHR,7]));

            // remove all points from the source series older than 20 seconds.
            double removeBefore=timeStamp.AddMinutes((double)(10)*(-1)).ToOADate();

            //remove oldest values to maintain a constant number of data points
            while(chart2_7.Series[0].Points[0].XValue<removeBefore)
                {
                chart2_7.Series[0].Points.RemoveAt(0);
                }

            chart2_7.ChartAreas[0].AxisX.Minimum=chart2_7.Series[0].Points[0].XValue;
            chart2_7.ChartAreas[0].AxisX.Maximum=DateTime.FromOADate(chart2_7.Series[0].Points[0].XValue).AddMinutes(10).ToOADate();
            chart2_7.Invalidate();
            }

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