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Nevron Chart for .NET White Papers

Nevron white paper using scale breaks

Creating a chart that is informative to the user is a challenging task. Being focused on the data visualization Nevron Chart for .NET sets the standards in data visualization technology by supporting a variety of features allowing you to create informative and readable charts. One such feature is the complete support for axis scale breaks.



Nevron white paper chart with multiple axes

Having a chart with several Y axes is a requirement you will meet very often when you develop charting enabled applications. It is essential that a good charting product supports flexible Y axis positioning and layout. This white paper outlines the different options you have with Nevron Chart for .NET to address a variety of situations requiring you to use multiple Y axes.



Nevron white paper xyz scatter chart

The requirements for presentation charts are always high and very often simple bars and lines are not enough to impress the audience. The rich feature set of Nevron Chart for .NET enables you to go beyond the limits of "ordinary" charts and opens a field of action for your imagination. In this white paper you can track the process of creating a chart that presents data for the Carbon Dioxide emissions of European countries.

Customer Quotes:

QUOTE After struggling with the limitations of a competitor product, we did a thorough evaluation of over 15 different charting components for Windows Forms. In terms of visual appearance, features, and design, Nevron Chart for .Net is clearly superior to every other product we tried, particularly for 3D surface functionality. The design of this component reflects a rare talent for graphic design and user interfaces, which I think will be quite difficult for competitors to imitate. Moreover, the Nevron support team was very knowledgeable and provided quick answers to our questions.

Between you and me, I think your ordering system needs a little work, but I would have hammered my credit card into a tree stump if that's what it took to get our hands on this product. It really is the best charting component in existence. ;-)

Thanks!
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Pete Gonzalez, V.P. of Development
Bluel Technologies