Chart ModelKit Professional Edition Screenshots

<strong>About Chart ModelKit Professional Edition</strong><br /><br />

Chart Types

The Chart ModelKit supports the most popular Series types: Bar, Line, Pie, Stock, and many others. The Chart ModelKit concept provides separation of data storing and displaying, i.e. it provides the ability to change series type without changing series data. Series type is assigned by the View property.
<strong>Chart Types</strong><br /><em>The Chart ModelKit supports the most popular Series types: Bar, Line, Pie, Stock, and many others. The Chart ModelKit concept provides separation of data storing and displaying, i.e. it provides the ability to change series type without changing series data. Series type is assigned by the View property.
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Chart Wizard

Double click on the ChartViewer component to run the Designer. When you open the designer the Wizard window also opens. Here you can select a chart from a number of existing templates. Select the chart from the list, click the OK button and the selected chart will be loaded in the designer.
<strong>Chart Wizard</strong><br /><em>Double click on the ChartViewer component to run the Designer. When you open the designer the Wizard window also opens. Here you can select a chart from a number of existing templates. Select the chart from the list, click the OK button and the selected chart will be loaded in the designer.
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Area

The AreaSeriesView represents data as area, bounded by a broken line, passing through all series points. The StackedAreaSeriesView is a chart, containing areas corresponding to different series. Series are located one over another. The Stacked100AreaSeriesView is a chart that contains areas corresponding to different series. Series are located one over another, but they demonstrate the relative value from the total sum of series values at the given point. The SplineAreaSeriesView represents data as an area, bounded by spline, passing through all series points.
<strong>Area</strong><br /><em>The AreaSeriesView represents data as area, bounded by a broken line, passing through all series points. The StackedAreaSeriesView is a chart, containing areas corresponding to different series. Series are located one over another. The Stacked100AreaSeriesView is a chart that contains areas corresponding to different series. Series are located one over another, but they demonstrate the relative value from the total sum of series values at the given point. The SplineAreaSeriesView represents data as an area, bounded by spline, passing through all series points.
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Chart Designer

The Chart ModelKit Designer is used for creating charts. Chart is an object, containing various elements. Every element has a set of properties which are displayed in the Properties Window. You can edit properties in this window. Visual and non-visual elements are available through the Insert menu or buttons on the ToolBox. In order to place an element into the chart, you should select this element in the Insert menu or on the Toolbox and then click the mouse button in the work area or holding the mouse button down, stretch the element to the required size. Chart structure is displayed in the Chart outline window. You can change elements position by dragging them with a mouse.
<strong>Chart Designer</strong><br /><em>The Chart ModelKit Designer is used for creating charts. Chart is an object, containing various elements. Every element has a set of properties which are displayed in the Properties Window. You can edit properties in this window. Visual and non-visual elements are available through the Insert menu or buttons on the ToolBox. In order to place an element into the chart, you should select this element in the Insert menu or on the Toolbox and then click the mouse button in the work area or holding the mouse button down, stretch the element to the required size. Chart structure is displayed in the Chart outline window. You can change elements position by dragging them with a mouse.
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Multiple Axis

Axis is a scale, in which chart values are displayed. The scale range is assigned by the MinValue and MaxValue properties which can be set manually or can be automatically calculated based on the scale range of the series point’s values and setting the MinValue and MaxValue properties to Auto. If the MinValue and MaxValue take constant values, scale range is assigned by these values regardless of automatically calculated values. The MinValue and MaxValue can also take relative values as a percentage from the automatically calculated range. If automatic range calculation is used, the range can be completely negative or completely positive. The StartFromZero property defines if the range will include the 0 point.
<strong>Multiple Axis</strong><br /><em>Axis is a scale, in which chart values are displayed. The scale range is assigned by the MinValue and MaxValue properties which can be set manually or can be automatically calculated based on the scale range of the series point’s values and setting the MinValue and MaxValue properties to Auto. If the MinValue and MaxValue take constant values, scale range is assigned by these values regardless of automatically calculated values. The MinValue and MaxValue can also take relative values as a percentage from the automatically calculated range. If automatic range calculation is used, the range can be completely negative or completely positive. The StartFromZero property defines if the range will include the 0 point.
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Multi Column

This screenshot demonstrates the creation of the MultiColumn chart.
<strong>Multi Column</strong><br /><em>This screenshot demonstrates the creation of the MultiColumn chart.
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