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How to create separate columns' StackedGroup in stacking series?

Platform: WPF |
Control: SfChart |
Published Date: April 30, 2015 |
Last Revised Date: June 27, 2019 |
.NET Framework: 4.5


Stacking series can be rendered like a pile of coins that are stacked. SfChart allows you to group the stacking series and render it accordingly. This article describes how the stacking series can be grouped together.


The GroupingLabel property in stacking series is used to achieve this scenario. Giving same name to the GroupingLabel makes a single group into multiple stacking series. In the following example, four StackingColumnSeries are used to the stacking group and splitting it into two separate groups by setting the GroupingLabel as Group1 and Group2. After setting this property, four series can be stacked together into two columns by label.


<!--Here stacking group is done by the GroupingLabel property->
<Syncfusion:StackingColumnSeries ItemsSource="{Binding TemperatureData}"  
       XBindingPath="Year" YBindingPath="Autumn"
       GroupingLabel="Group1" Label="Autumn" LegendIcon="Circle"   >
<Syncfusion:StackingColumnSeries ItemsSource="{Binding TemperatureData}"  
       XBindingPath="Year" YBindingPath="Spring"
       GroupingLabel="Group1" Label="Spring" LegendIcon="Circle"   >
<Syncfusion:StackingColumnSeries ItemsSource="{Binding TemperatureData}"  
       XBindingPath="Year" YBindingPath="Summer"
       GroupingLabel="Group2" Label="Summer" LegendIcon="Circle"   >
<Syncfusion:StackingColumnSeries ItemsSource="{Binding TemperatureData}"  
       XBindingPath="Year" YBindingPath="Winter"
       GroupingLabel="Group2" Label="Winter" LegendIcon="Circle"   >


The following screenshot illustrates grouping of stacking series.

Stacking chart grouped togetther based on the grouping labels in WPF

Figure 1: Stacking series grouped together based on their labels.

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