This series shades the area under a curve formed by the data points in a series. Multiple series result in overlapped areas. This chart type is used to display the trends of values over time or categories.
SplineAreaSeries is shaded area with a smooth spline curve connecting the data points.
StackingAreaSeries are area charts with y-coordinate values stacked over one another in order of series. Chart data can be viewed as a sum of series parts in this chart type.
StackingArea100Series displays several area chart series’ stacked on top of one another to show each series’ relative contribution to a whole. This chart type is useful for showing changes in contributing factors over time.
RangeAreaSeries takes two Y values and plot an area that spans between these two values in a set of points.
StepAreaSeries are similar to regular area charts where, instead of a straight line tracing the shortest path between points, the values are connected by continuous vertical and horizontal lines that form a step-like progression.
A BarSeries is the simplest and most versatile of all statistical diagrams. It compares values across categories and is ideal to highlight variations in an item value over time using horizontal bars. Points from adjacent series are drawn as bars next to each other.
StackingBarSeries are bar charts with y-coordinate values stacked over one another in order of series. Chart data can be viewed as the sum of series parts when using the stacked bar chart.
In a StackingBar100Series, the cumulative proportion of each stacked element always totals 100%. This type of chart is great to visualize the relative contribution of each series values to the whole.
ColumnSeries are the most commonly used charts, where the data points are displayed by vertical bars. It is similar to a bar chart, except that the bars are vertical and not horizontal.
Data points from different series are rendered one over the other in the StackingColumn Series.
In StackingColumn100Series, the cumulative proportion of each stacked element always totals 100%.
RangeColumnSeries takes two Y values and plot columns that span between these two values in a set of points.
LineSeries refer to charts where the data points on a plot are joined using straight lines. These charts are ideal to represent time-dependent data that show trends in data at equal intervals.
A SplineSeries is a line series, where data points on the plot are connected using smoothed curve lines (Bezier curves).
StepLineSeries use horizontal and vertical lines to connect data points, resulting in a step-like progression.
ScatterSeries are typically represented by dots at the corresponding coordinate position.
A BubbleSeries is a variation of a scatter chart where a third variable is plotted in terms of the size of the shape representing each point.
PieSeries and DoughnutSeries are ideal for displaying percentages in a fractional format of proportionate values.
The semi pie and doughnut chart is a semicircular chart. Data are represented in different sectors with in a semi-circle.
A FunnelSeries is a type of accumulation chart in which the height of the funnel segment corresponds to the y-coordinate value of a point in a series. Funnel charts are often used to represent stages in a sales process and display the potential revenue for each stage. Alternatively, the y-coordinate value can also be made to correspond to the width of the segment.
A PyramidSeries is another type of accumulation chart that is triangular in shape. Similar to a funnel chart, the height of a segment is proportional to the y-coordinate value of the corresponding point.
PolarSeries is a circular graph in which data is displayed in terms of values and angles.
RadarSeries is a clock-face form of a line chart. Ability to compare the aggregate values of a data series. Represents each data series as a line around a central point
SfChart also includes several fast series types that can quickly plot large amounts of data while keeping the CPU usage low.
CandleSeries displays stock information using the high, low, open, and close values. The high and low values are represented by the wick of a candle. The candle represents open and close values.
High-low charts are special kinds of charts normally used in stock analysis. They are typically used to display error bars or the trading range of a stock for each period.
This chart type expects four y values for every point in the series. Those values should represent the high, low, open, and close values of the stock, in that order, for that period.