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Chart Types

Bar
Pie
Line
Area
Float Bar
Point
Bubble
Shape
Grid
Surface
Mesh
Surface
Triangulated
Surface
Radar
Polar
High-Low
Error Bar
Funnel
Box And
Whiskers
Combo
Stock
Kagi
Renko
Point And
Figure
Three Line
Break
Vector
Range
Venn
Custom
Series
Tree Map
Heat Map

Scales, Axes and Walls

Scale Breaks
Axes & Walls
in 2D
Walls

Gauge Types

Radial
Linear
Numeric
Led Display
Gauge
Indicators

Presentation

Background
and Frame
Contours and
Image Effects
Data Markers
in 2D
Data Markers
in 3D
Fill Styles
Lighting
Material
Series Attributes
Shape Series
Style in 3D
Shapes as Bar
Style in 3D
Shapes in 2D
View
(Projection)

Functions and Line Studies

Basic
Functions
Min, Max,
Avg. & Sum
Power,
Cumulative
Moving
Average
Price
Indicators
Range
Indicators
Directional
Movement
Tech. Price
Indicators
Volume
Indicators
Line
Studies

Panels

Anchor Panels
& Annotations
Legends
Labels
Watermarks
Dashboards

Customer Quotes:

QUOTE For a project currently under development I found myself in the need of a charting control for .NET and after much cruising the net I finally settled on and purchased the Nevron WinForms .NET Chart and I will be the first to admit that price played a great part in the original decision; but the more that I worked with the component the more I began to appreciate the thought and effort that the folks at Nevron had put into it.

There are two things that Nevron gets right with their chart component and they are:
- Samples (slash Help) - In the years that I have been coding and trying components that are suppose to make a developers life easier I have come to a conclusion that component developers either hate doing good help and sample projects - or they assume that you'll be smart enough to figure it out. Well excuse me but I'm using you component to speed up the development cycle not spend hours - or days - trying to figure out how to use the component. This is not the case with Nevron - in this area they excel as the sample projects include both C# and VB.NET and they are put together in such a way that there isn't anything about using the component that you can't figure out. My hat's off to them for this and a big resounding Thank You.
- Pricing - This has got to be one of my biggest beefs (next to help files :) ) that I have with component developers. They all seem to think that application and web developers have a corporate bank account behind them - well we don't and Nevron apparently has recognized this and in turn priced an excellently full featured charting control within the financial reach of small independent developers. They should be commended for this.
The Nevron Chart component has become a permanent part of my developer toolbox and I would have no qualms against recommended it to any other developer out there - corporate or independent.

So my suggestion is head over there (link at bottom of review) and grab a copy of their demo and see for yourself. I know you won't be disappointed.
UNQUOTE

Steven Hodson
WinExtra