No matter how you need to display your data, our Data Chart control has you covered with options in multiple series and types, animated transitions, and modular design capabilities for legend, axis, markers, series, trend lines, and interaction layers.
Use one of 18 different animated transitions based on the nature of the movement and direction of animated data points. This includes transitions such as accordion from side or an axis, expand from value midpoints, from zero value or reference value of an axis, and sweep transition from side or from an axis.
Create the simplest and most common form of charts and render your data as collection of data points stretched along vertical y-axis (e.g. bar) or horizontal x-axis (e.g. column, line, spline, area, point, waterfall, step line, step area). In addition, you can render multiple data columns using Range Column and Range Area series.
Take control of your financial charting scenarios with support for both Candlestick and OHLC bar charts, and many built-in technical indicators like Moving Averages, Bollinger Bands, Money Flow Index, MACD, Wilder's RSI and many more.
Create scientific charts to show relationship among items in several distinct data sets or plot data items using x and y coordinates. The Scatter Series let you draw attention to uneven intervals or clusters of data and can highlight the deviation of collected data from predicted results. You can use Scatter Series to organize data chronologically (even if the data is not in chronological order).
Create unique polar charts and plot data in polar (angle, radius) coordinate system instead of the Cartesian (x, y) coordinate system to show the relationship among items in several distinct data sets that have components of directions such as wind direction and speed, strength and direction of magnetic field, or locations of objects in solar system.
Create radial charts to show extent of your data values from a center or chart outwards rather than plotting data in standard (x, y) coordinate system. Use these chart series to show and compare financial data in a new and interesting ways.