About Infragistics xamChart

Bring 2D/3D charts to life with XAML driven Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) charts & graphs.

Now you can create high-fidelity Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) charts and graphs using the new xamChart control. Designed from the beginning as a WPF control, the xamChart fully exposes the new explosive features you need including breathtaking 2D and 3D graphics, transformations, data binding from rich data sources, and animated storyboards. You can choose the best chart type for your users to visualize large volumes of data, and draw meaningful conclusions with applications such as forecasting, trend analysis and reporting. Stylable through theming and with data templates, your charts will always have that high-end professionally designed appearance that impresses as it informs.

xamChart features at a glance:

  • Charts, Charts and More Charts — xamChart brings your WPF application both common chart types (incl. pie charts, line charts, bar charts and more) as well as chart types for specialized applications, like financial candle charts.
  • Data Binding — Connect many kinds of data sources to the xamChart to graph data points on any number of data series, you can even use data templates to style individual data points, data markers and the legend.
  • 3D Made Easy — Most 2D charts can be made 3D by setting the View3D property, and visual effects like rotation are simply a matter of adding transformations to the Transform3D property.
  • Lighting Effects — Fully control the direction and type of light source on any 3D chart; you can have ambient, directional, point and spot light effects.
  • Animation — Dynamic charts can help make an already attractive presentation even more lively and impressive, xamChart supports traditional WPF transform and brush animation through storyboards, as well as animation of data points, entire data series and its grid and axes.
  • Interactive — Using triggers and events the xamChart's elements can become completely interactive with the end user, allowing the WPF chart to become as much about garnering input as presenting data.
  • Multiple Charts — xamChart supports composing different chart types in the same scene, so your application can, for instance, combine column charts with line charts.
  • Stylable UI — Most chart elements derive from the common base class, FrameworkContentElement, giving you its Style extensibility point so you can customize aspects of chart elements ranging from foreground color to font weight.