Nevron Open Vision Documentation
Chart Types Overview

NOV Chart for .NET supports three main chart types - Cartesian, Pie and Polar. Each chart can contain an unlimited number of series. The following sections show how to create those types of charts.

 

Cartesian Chart

The cartesian chart displays data in a cartesian coordinate system. In it two or more X and Y axes form a plot where data is plotted using the data point X and Y values.

Funnel Chart

The funnel chart is similar to a stacked bar chart and is commonly used to represent stages in a sales process and show the amount of potential revenue for each stage.

Polar Chart

The polar chart displays data in a polar coordinate system. In the polar chart data is plotted using the data point value and angle values.

Pie Chart

The pie chart is a circular chart which represents portions of data as slices, where each slice is proportional to the value of data point relative to the sum of the values of all data points in the chart.

Radar

The radar chart (also known as spider or star chart) is a two-dimensional chart that shows the relationship between three or more variables represented on axes starting from the same point.

Tree Map

Tree maps display hierarchical (tree-structured) data as a set of nested rectangles.

 

 

See Also

Cartesian

Pie

Polar

Funnel

Radar

TreeMap

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