WPF Stacked Line Chart
The stacked line chart is a good alternative to displaying multiple line series when the sum of points across series is meaningful, such as a total revenue derived from a set of regional revenue series. The stacking makes it easy to see totals and trends in totals. In contrast to multiple standard line series which overlay the lines for direct series comparisons, the stacked line chart displays values offset from each other to display individual contributions towards a total.
Display custom symbols and data labels at each data point. This can help users locate key data points and quickly assess data values.
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.
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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.