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Microsoft Chart Controls

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Categories: Charting

Author: Microsoft

Latest version:
Added 2009-11-25

ASP.NET and Windows Forms Chart Controls for .NET Framework 3.5 SP1.

Features include:
- Visual Studio design time support
- 25 distinct chart types
- 3D support for most chart types
- 3D customization, including perspective, lighting, rotation, border skins, anti-aliasing, transparencies, isometric projections, shadows, and more
- Unlimited number of chart areas
- Automatic and manual layout and alignment management
- Automatic and manual scaling
- Logarithmic scaling for any base
- Fully customizable legends
- Chart annotations, scale breaks, interlaced strip lines, drill-down charts, tool tips, data labels, and more
- Zooming and scrolling (Windows Forms)
- Data binding
- Data copying, merging, splitting, sorting, searching, grouping, and filtering
- Data exporting
- Binary and XML serialization
- Empty data point handling
- Unlimited number of data series and data points
- Support for dates, times, currency, and more
- More than 50 financial and statistical formulas for data analysis and transformation
- Real-time chart manipulation
- Post-paint and pre-paint events
- Support for AJAX click events
- State management (ASP.NET)
- Binary streaming (ASP.NET)
- Animated frame rate control (ASP.NET)

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