Posts tagged with 'chart'
Sunburst charts are effective for showing hierarchical data visually. For example, you can use a Sunburst chart to find out what store and product have the most sales.
Funnel charts can be a useful tool in your application. For example, since Funnel charts show values across multiple stages, they can be used to find out how many sales leads convert to purchases.
The 2015V1 version of ASP.NET WebForms Edition has been released, with this release we have renamed "Studio for ASP.NET Wijmo" Web Forms version to ASP.NET Web Forms Edition, with 2015 V1, we are also releasing new MVC controls with ASP.NET MVC Edition.
Treemaps are an unique way of visualizing hierarchical data, they can be used to represent financial data, space usage or to visualize any hierarchical data. The ComponentOne TreeMap control displays hierarchical data as a set of nested rectangles where the area of each rectangle is proportional to its value. Let's see how to get started with Treemap for ASP.NET Wijmo.
The Studio for ASP.NET Wijmo suite has a web-form product dashboard sample, this sample typically shows the details about order, revenue and the sales status of different products. It utilizes Charts and Gauges to visualize data for : 1.) Monthly sales per product, 2.) Order Status, 3.) Number of new customer's added, 4.) Product wise Sales ratio, 5. ) Total Revenue & Category-wise Revenue,6.) Units Sold. You can view the sample here.
Export capabilities are a great feature for any grid or chart, and it is a common requirement to use the data or visualization from these controls in reports. ComponentOne ASP.NET Wijmo has an export service which caters to this requirement for ASP.NET Wijmo Controls and widgets.
With the release of Studio ASP.NET Wijmo 2014 v2 we introduced the ComponentOne Sparkline control. Sparklines are a popular way of showing inline trends or trends inside data aware controls. A particular usage is to show sales or profit trends. In this blog post we will see how to work with the Sparkline control both when unbound and when embedded in a grid.
Seeing the current trends and user demands, ComponentOne has recently added a Chart control in Spread for Silverlight and WPF. This feature was in great demand because the Spread control has always been a replica of Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Excel has always had charts.
There are scenarios where one would need to bind the component to an XML data source. Specially presenting the XML data in human readable form is a very common requirement. This blog talks about how you can bind ComponentOne Chart for Silverlight to an XML data source.
Adding images to charts in a Business application makes it more interesting. Lets discuss how to add images or pictures to convey business information more effortlessly.
With the new release of ComponentOne Studio for LightSwitch Desktop (Build 4.0.20133.47), Chart control for LightSwitch now provides default support for Gantt Chart Type.
Mostly, when we talk about exporting chart to an Excel sheet, we expect Chart to be exported to Excel sheet as an Image. In case you are looking to export C1Chart for Silverlight as an Image, you can refer to this documentation link.
To increase the performance in C1Chart for WPF, Line and Symbol Charts, containing large amount of data one can set the DataSeries.RenderMode property to RenderMode.Bitmap. However, on setting the RenderMode to Bitmap the Data point labels, tooltips and PlotElementLoaded event are not available.
A new version of the ComponentOne Spreadsheet Viewer app has arrived! This app was originally named ComponentOne Excel Viewer, and we’ve changed the name to ComponentOne Spreadsheet Viewer.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to get started using the brand new LightSwitch HTML PieChart control. It is so incredibly easy, and you will be up and running before you know it.
Chart control being frequently used for data analysis always left a void for customization in Winforms version. However, with WPF, this void has been filled.
Showing a chart with a SpreadSheet has always been in demand. It actually makes data interpretation a lot easier for the end user. Spread provided support for Charts with version 5. Now we have moved to Spread version 7 and charts for Spread have always been improved with each release. In this blog I am going to tell you how we can make our chart a bit interactive with tool tips.