ComponentOne Gauges™ for WPF includes seven controls to enhance your data visualizations and business dashboards. Provide an interactive and attractive way to display information graphically.
Seven Gauge Controls
Gauges for WPF includes 7 controls with different shapes. Select the most appropriate gauge for your data: : Radial, Linear, Knob, Region, Ruler, Speedometer and Volume.
Common radial gauges include dials and speedometers. Use simple properties to customize their start and sweep angles, tick marks, ranges, and pointer.
Common linear gauges include rulers and thermometers. Use simple properties to customize their scale, tick marks, ranges, and pointer.
Tick Marks and Labels
Define marks and labels in XAML or code. Use simple properties to customize their interval, location, and appearance. Apply formatting to the gauge labels; for example, format labels in currency or percentage format using standard .NET format strings.
Add colored ranges to the gauge to draw attention to a certain range of values. Use simple properties to customize their start and end points, as well as location, size, and appearance. Create non-linear ranges by specifying a start and end width to show growth and add visual appeal to any gauge.
Off Mode Support
If there is no value, you can set the off position outside the range.
The C1Knob and C1RegionKnob controls enable the end-user to drag the pointer to a value.
Use simple properties to set the start and sweep angle of the gauge scale. Gauges for Windows Phone also supports logarithmic scales.
Easily Change Colors with ClearStyle
Gauges for WPF supports ComponentOne ClearStyle™
technology that allows you to easily change control colors without having to change control templates. By just setting a few color properties in Visual Studio you can easily change the look of any gauge.