WPF Floating Bar Chart
A floating bar series lets you set a baseline value for each individual bar. Just like other bar charts, this type of series is useful for plotting data for individual objects. The advantage of the floating bar series is that each data point can plot a minimum and maximum value for each object. For example, you could plot the lifespan ranges of different batteries. Floating bar series are also commonly used to create simple Gantt charts.
Vertical or horizontal layout
Like Bar charts, Floating bars can be displayed either vertically or horizontally.
Multiple data series
Display multiple data sets side by side -- for example to represent different time periods or geographical regions.
Full support for WPF data binding makes it easy to hook charts up to your business objects and to keep your views lightweight and easy to test.
Every part of the chart control can be customized to suit your applications. Styles or templates can be applied to the title, legend items, axis labels and much more. You can use the full range of WPF brushes to fill the bars to create unique visual effects, and can style the shape and appearance of the floating bars and their labels.
And much more
Plus lots of great features and options supported across the WPF Chart range, including alternate Y axes, data labelling, zoom support, configurable selection modes, chart events, flexible axis labelling and scaling, background elements and high performance with even the largest data sets.