The chart control can plot over 20 chart types ranging from line charts to specialized financial charts. Its rich feature set includes functionalities like data binding, multiple axes, trackball, tooltip, and zooming.
Chart includes functionality for plotting more than 25 chart types. Each chart type is easily configurable, with built-in support for creating stunning visual effects.
Areatype charts for representing time-dependent data, showing trends in data at equal intervals.
Bartype charts for comparing the frequency, count, total, or average of data in different categories. They are ideal for showing variations in the value of an item over time.
Pyramidtype charts to represent data in proportions.
Scattertype charts to plot financial or scientific data.
Hilotype charts for stock analysis.
Rangetype charts to represent high and low values at a point.
Chart includes several data-rendering optimizations to achieve the best possible performance when plotting large volumes of data as well as handling high frequency real-time data.
Chart supports four different types of axes: numerical, categorical, date-time, and logarithmic.
Chart has support for adding multiple axes.
Chart provides options for avoiding labels overlapping.
The best possible axis ranges and intervals are calculated automatically based on given values. The ranges can also be further customized using range padding.
Axis labels can be positioned inside the chart area.
Axis labels can be rotated.
Chart origin can be moved to any point within chart area.
Data points can be easily annotated with labels to help improve the readability of data. The readability can also be further enhanced by adding markers or customizable symbols.
Data points can be marked with built-in shapes.
Labels can be connected to a data point through a Bezier or straight line.
Data marker labels can be rotated.
The data labels can be customized using custom views.
The chart control now supports annotations, which display metadata about a chart or series at a specific point of interest in the plotting area.
Views can be added as annotations.
All basic annotation elements like lines, text, and arrows are available.
The end user experience is greatly enhanced by a set of user interaction features such as zooming and panning, trackball, and tooltip.
Zooming and panning are useful when visualizing large amounts of data.
Trackball is used to track a data point close to the touch contact point.
Tooltip displays a pop-up with additional information when touching a data point.
End users can interactively select and highlight a data point.
Default series orientation can be inverted for vertical plotting.
Empty point values can be elegantly handled with the available customization options.
Specific regions in the chart area can be customized using strip lines.
There is built-in support for RSI, momentum, Bollinger bands, accumulation distribution, EMA, SMA, stochastic, ATR, MACD, and TMA indicators.