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Visualize complex data with stunning charts
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Easily bind to data sources and customize your charts with rich visualization options.
Combine Data Sources
A scatter and line series on a single chart
Multiple series can be shown on a single chart. They can share the same axes, or use different scales entirely.
The visibility of each series can easily be toggled on and off.
Easy Binding to Data Sources
You can bind to any IEnumerable as your data source. If the data source is a collection of dates or numeric values, you're done.
If you want to bind to more complex objects and other data, you can provide the property paths for each axis.
Data Source Aggregation
The same data source with and without aggregation
Data aggregation allows you to limit the amount of data points you render on the screen,
for both increased performance and easier viewing. You can specify several ways to aggregate data,
and fine tune how many points are shown in relation to the size of the chart.
Group Bar Chart Data Into Slots
A bar chart with data slotted by quarter
Bar charts can group data by interval, allowing you to sum multiple data points into single bars.
A bar chart with complex types grouped using custom logic
Bar charts with string or complex type data can group data by equality, or custom logic. Groups can be labeled and sorted using custom logic as well.
A legend showing the name of each series
Legends provide context for each series. Their appearance and position are fully customizable.
Data Point Labels
Labels visible on each data point
Data point labels show the value of any given data point above the label. They can be shown on each data point
or only when the mouse passes near. If they get crowded, they will automatically attempt to not collide with each other.
Data point labels have a fully customizable appearance.
Everything below the baseline appears as negative
The baseline value is the threshold at which points are considered negative or positive. You can change
where the baseline is on your charts, and optionally display the baseline.
Axes displaying ticks, labels and title
Axes provide a way to display the scale of data for your chart. You can display major and minor ticks,
choose the interval at which they appear, and add labels and titles. You can visually style axes to match the
look and feel of your application.
Grid Lines and Stripes
Chart with grid lines and alternating stripes visible
Grid lines and stripes make it easy to reference a given data point against values on the axis.
They can be shown or hidden on each axis, and customized with the color of your choice.
A single range highlighted yellow
Ranges highlight a range of values on a single axis. You can display multiple ranges on a chart and
visually style them to match the appearance of your application.
A chart with two different palettes applied
There are over ten built-in color palettes, and you can provide your own, allowing you to
style your chart however you like.
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