The WPF charts have been packed with smooth and interactive features such as cross hair,data editing,zooming and panning, zooming toolbar, trackball, tooltip, drill-down, and selection. You can configure these interactive features using the developer-friendly APIs. The WPF charts allow the end users to experience the smooth interactions on the charts.
Crosshair is used to inspect or focus on an individual data point.
Chart lets users edit data points visually.
Zooming supports both zooming toolbar and pinch zooming in WPF charts.
The zooming toolbar contains buttons for performing actions like zoom in/out, reset, pan, etc.
Improve the readability of large amounts of data point by zooming and panning. Zooming is performed by pinching, selecting a region, or double tapping at the required position.
View information about the data point closest to the touch contact point using the trackball in WPF charts.
Apply a data template to the trackball view to display additional information about the data point.
Customize the appearance of the trackball label and line using built-in APIs.
The tooltip control displays a pop-up with additional information when the mouse pointer touches a data point.
Apply a data template to the tooltip view to display additional information about the data point.
Customize the appearance of tooltips view using built-in APIs.
Interactively select and highlight a data point. This is widely used to navigate to another page of information about a selected data point or update other components in the same page based on the selected data point in the chart.
Allows you to select a point in a series. Adding color to the selected data will make charts more interactive.
Allows you to select a series from the chart series collection. Adding color to the selected series will make charts more interactive.