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Grouping Display in C1TrueDBGrid

Presentation is one of the most important features when it comes to managing data in grids. When data are analysed and interpreted, the most challenging part of the job is done but it is far from being over. Just as important is to present and print the data in the right way because even the best interpretation will not achieve its goal if it is not presented in a clear, easy to understand and interesting way. Interactive data visualization goes a step further – moving beyond the display of static spreadsheets to drill down for more details, and interactively (and immediately) changing what data you see and how it is processed.

Expand/Collapse All Nodes in C1TreeView for Silverlight

The C1TreeView for Silverlight component is a tool for displaying data in a hierarchical/tree format for a better visual experience. In this article I'm going to talk about expanding or collapsing all nodes at once rather than having to expand or collapse each node individually.

Conditional Aggregates in WijGrid

WijGrid allows you to display aggregate values at group level as demonstrated in the following demo sample. These aggregate values can be displayed either in the group header or group footer or in both the places by setting the position option in GroupInfo.

Hierarchical Nested Structure with C1FlexGrid

C1Flexgrid for WPF provides lot of features including the option to Group the data. However, it lacks the support for Hierarchical structure. Hierarchical display provides the ability to present the master data to users, such that the related detail data can be viewed in the same grid with a single mouse click. End users can expand and collapse the related row bands using a TreeView-like interface.

C1NavigationList as TreeView

On a number of occasions, you wish you had something like a treeview for the iPhone where you could expand and collapse items. C1NavigationList makes it possible as it supports a number of ItemTypes (eg. HeaderItem, InputItem, GroupItem, etc).