The WPF charts control is used to visualize large amounts of data using lines, areas, pies, doughnut, etc. It includes functionalities for plotting 3D chart types. Each chart type is easily configured with built-in support for creating stunning visual effects.
Visualize time-dependent data to show trends over a period of time.
The WPF 3D Column Chart uses vertical bars (called columns) to display different values of one or more items. Compare values across categories using vertical bars.
The WPF 3D Bar Chart is ideal for showing variations in the value of an item over time. It is arranged vertically, and data values are plotted horizontally to show the variations.
The WPF 3D Area Charts are popular for showing volume changes over a period of time. This chart looks like the 3D line chart that contains space between the line and the X-axis, filled with color.
The WPF 3D Scatter Chart (or Graph) is used to plot data with two numeric parameters. It supports rotation and selection.
The WPF 3D Pie Chart is a circular graph ideal for displaying proportional values in different categories. It supports rotation and selection.
The doughnut chart is like the pie chart, but has an open space at the center. It is used for comparing the contribution of each data point to the whole.
Plots data points on top of one another using horizontal bars.
The WPF 3D Stacked Column Chart (or Graph) visualizes data using multiple bar segments stacked vertically. It supports rotation and selection.
WPF 100% Stacked Bar Chart Shows the relative percentage of multiple data series in stacked bars. The cumulative proportion of each stacked bar always totals 100%.
Shows the relative percentage of multiple data series in stacked columns. The cumulative proportion of each stacked column always totals 100%.