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

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
666

Customer Quotes:

QUOTE We started a search for new components as we switch away from VB/C++ development to .Net, and felt it was time to re-evaluate all controls we commonly use.

I started the evaluation by looking at all charting controls available on Component Source. (The product we currently have used is [by another leading vendor]).

The initial evaluation took the form of creating a simple x-y chart with a x-axis with a lot of times along it, and passing in random y values, and then formatting the chart to look reasonable. This is a good test of ease of use, documentation, examples provided etc. The C# samples provided were excellent!

This amazingly reduced the choice down to just three. The next step was to look at cost. You had a sensible pricing policy, which is where [the other leading vendor] lost out on it's deployment costs. We wanted a Windows Forms solution, but with a possibility of Web Forms too, without having to go through another big investment.

The final points that swung it for us were...
- Great looks.
- A company that makes and concentrates on a few good products, rather than tens of mediocre ones.
- A good website, where you can get the info you want.
UNQUOTE

Miles Dennis
CACI Ltd