What’s New in Nevron Vision for .NET 2017.1

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The new release of Nevron Chart for .NET comes with great new features to extend the data visualization capabilities of the most advanced .NET charting component.

Following is a list of the new features and improvements introduced in the 2017.1 release:

Ternary Point Chart

Ternary Point Series

The Ternary Point series displays point in a ternary coordinate system. Each point is specified by its A, B and C values which sum to a constant.
Ternary Bubble Chart

Ternary Bubble Series

The Ternary Bubble series displays bubbles in a ternary coordinate system. Each bubble is specified by its A, B and C values which sum to a constant and also has a fourth parameter that determines its size.
Point Drop Lines 3D

Point Series Droplines

The Point Series now supports drop lines. Drop lines are lines which extend from the point X, Y, Z value to the chart walls. Optionally drop lines can extend to the axis Min, Max value or to a user specified value (drop lines origin).
Bar Connector Lines

Bar Connector Lines

The Bar Series now supports connector lines between adjacent bars.
Float Bar Gantt

Float Bar Connector Lines and Gantt Connector Lines

The Float Bar Series now supports connector lines between adjacent bars begin / end values. In addition it also supports Gantt connector between the bar end value and one or more bars begin values. This feature allows you to easily display Gantt charts.
Heat Map Contour Labels

Heat Map Contour Labels

The Heat Map Series supports annotated contours. The user can specify the formatting of the contour value (elevation). the distance between labels along the contour, whether the labels orientation must follow the contour slope, whether the label should clip the contour line it annotates and others.
Heat Map Cross Section XY

Heat Map Cross Section

The Heat Map Series can generate a list of points that form the contour cross section which is defined by crossing the heat map with a plane defined by two points that lie on the map.
Grid Surface Vertical Cross Section

Grid Surface Horizontal and Vertical Cross Section

The grid surface supports extraction of the grid surface profile (cross section) which is generated by intersecting the surface with a horizontal plane or an arbitrary vertical cross plane.
Step Line Intersections

Step Line Intersections

The Step Line series supports intersection with arbitrary X or Y value.
Annotation Drag Tool

Annotation Drag Tool

The Annotation Drag Tool allows the user to interactively drag annotations attached to different chart anchors (data points, scale coordinates, legend items etc.).
Range Selection Move Resize Tool

Range Selection Drag Tool

The Range Selection Drag Tool allows the users to interactively drag and resize a range selection object.
Volume Selection Tool

Volume Selection Tool

This tool allows you to interactively select a 3D volume defined by four planes (left, top, right and bottom) that can be later used to quickly check whether a 3D point is contained in the volume enclosed by the selection planes.
Panel Zoom Tool

Panel Zoom Tool

This tool allows you to interactively zoom in or out an area of the panel.

Better WPF Integration

Nevron Chart for WFP now has better WFP integration. The control has also has many new examples for WFP.

Various Stability and Performance Improvements

The new version features fixes all reported problems as well numerous small performance improvements in the control.

Support for Visual Studio 2017

Nevron Vision for .NET now provides full support for Visual Studio 2017!

Customer Quotes:

QUOTE For systems integrators like myself, the biggest challenge in my work is the speed in which I can prototype solutions for a customer. This models how Nevron has approached their third-party components, and it is highly appreciated. The first step in my job is to assess a vendor, so I give a technical look to the API; Nevron won because their framework is robust, and other developers recommended it. Secondly, I have to build prototypes based on customer projects, and there was a particularly complex chart I needed to develop using .csv importing, DataSet handling, and stacked bars. The supportive sales staff knew how to escalate my call properly, and I quickly started a dialogue with a charting engineer. I received a prototype which was exactly as I required. Finally, questions about appearance properties were on my list, and Nevron still came through with fast snippets and insights.

Technical support is critical to this process, and Nevron's staff is their company's most valuable asset. I got my business questions answered with enthusiasm. I got a few questions "outside the scope of charting" answered by the engineers, too, so one can be assured that solutions can be acquired even when I have only taken a cursory look at the help files and samples.

The way I do my job is fast and varied. Nevron was able to keep up with my pace, and I will recommend this product and its support subscription to all my friends and colleagues in the business. Keep up the good work.

Pete Schieck, Systems Integrator