80+ Chart Types, High-Performance WPF Chart Controls
Build stunning dashboards for the desktop using FlexChart, a .NET WPF chart control.
- Choose from popular and advanced chart types including radar, sunburst, funnel and heatmap
- Enhance your WPF charts with dozens of user interaction and data analysis features
- Load millions of data points with high-performance Direct2D rendering
WPF chart controls are UI libraries for creating and displaying 2D charts in desktop applications. ComponentOne FlexChart provides bar, line, area, and many other chart types to help developers visualize data in meaningful ways.
Why Choose FlexChart for WPF?
80+ Chart Types and Variations
Build the exact chart you need with FlexChart's many built-in WPF chart types, combination plots and stacking options.
Specialized Chart Components
Get optimized WPF chart components for pie, radar, polar, sunburst, treemap, and financial charts.
Create Interactive Dashboards
Bring your data visualizations to life with interactive features like scrolling, zooming, selection and drill-down.
Built-In Analysis Features
Write less code with built-in data analysis features such as waterfall series, error bars and trendlines.
FlexChart exposes flexible event handlers and properties that allow custom styles for data points and labels.
MVVM Development Friendly
Fully declare FlexChart in XAML, following Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM) best practices, or code completely in C#.
Fast, High Performance Rendering
With Direct2D rendering available in FlexChart for WPF, your charts will look and perform great.
Shorten your cross-platform migration using the same chart API across desktop, mobile and web.
WPF Chart Types
Bar and Column Charts
Line and Area Charts
Pie and Sunburst Charts
Radar and Polar Charts
Specialized WPF Chart Types
WPF Chart Features
FlexChart supports Direct2D rendering on the desktop for the fastest performance. DirectX is the most direct and optimal approach to drawing graphics when performance is a concern. FlexChart can render 50k data points in about 5 milliseconds on an average laptop.