MindFusion.Charting for WPF

Add impressive charts and gauges to your WPF application
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The Charts You Like Built the Way You Enjoy

Easy to learn and easy to use, this programming component for Wpf places straight at your finger tips a long list of features to create, customize and display any type of line, bar or pie chart. MindFusion.Charting for Wpf also includes a gauge control.

Chart Types

MindFusion.Charting for Wpf supports all popular chart types with numerous variations of them and many customization options. The line control lets you create line, area, scatter charts or any combination among them. The bar control supports column and bar charts that can be drawn in clusters, stacked or overlaid. With the pie control you can also create doughnut charts and adjust their thickness to turn them into ring charts.

Axes

You have the choice to show 4 axes at each chart - X, X2, Y and Y2. Each one supports 5 label types, rotation of the labels and the title label, custom strokes for drawing the labels as well the title. Each axis can show both negative and positive values as well DateTime data.

Legend

The legend is an important part of a chart and with MindFusion.Charting for Wpf you can have as many legends as you like. You choose the position and alignment of the legend, its size and the way the labels are arranged in rows or columns. Each legend can be bound to a given chart series or to a collection of series.

Data

When it comes to data for your charts, you can use data binding as well as data lists. Data can also be DateTime values. There is no limit to the number of series you can add in line and bar charts. If the data is too much you can zoom to view details at certain interval. Users can change data interactively with mouse drag.

Gauges

With the gauge control you can create oval, horizontal and vertical gauges. They all have template-based appearance and limitless possibilities for element positioning and skinning. The gauges use relative sizes and support scales, pointers, indicators as well as any FrameworkElement object.