RenderAs

This property is used to select the chart type.

 

Type: RenderAs

Namespace: Visifire.Charts

Assembly:

Silverlight:

SLVisifire.Charts (in SLVisifire.Charts.dll)

WPF:

WPFVisifire.Charts (in WPFVisifire.Charts.dll)

Windows Phone:

SLWpVisifire.Charts (in SLWpVisifire.Charts.dll)

Windows 8:

Win8Visifire.Charts (in Win8Visifire.Charts.dll)

 

This attribute applies to:

 

Syntax:

<vc:Chart ... >

<vc:Chart.Series>

<vc:DataSeries RenderAs="Bubble">

.

.

.

</vc:DataSeries>

</vc:Chart.Series>

</vc:Chart>

 

Below is the chart after setting RenderAs property.

 

 

renderas.jpg

 

This attribute takes the following values:

 

Chart Type

RenderAs

Description

Column Chart

Column

These charts are used to show frequencies and also for comparing values of different categories.

Line Chart

Line

These charts are useful to observe the related set of values by connecting them in order.

StepLine Chart

StepLine

These charts are similar to a line chart, but it does not use the shortest distance to connect two data points. Instead, the step line chart uses vertical, and horizontal lines to connect the data points in a series forming a step-like progression.

Spline Chart

Spline

These are line charts that plots a fitted curve through each data point in a series.

QuickLine Chart

QuickLine

QuickLine chart is a Line chart where some charting features have been omitted.

Radar Chart

Radar

These charts are graphical method of displaying multivariate data in the form of a two-dimensional chart of three or more quantitative variables represented on axes starting from the same point.

Polar Chart

Polar

These are circular graphs on which DataPoints are displayed using the angle, and the distance from the center point.

Pie Chart

Pie

These charts are useful when you want to compare one value with respect to the entire set of values.

Bar Chart

Bar

These charts are used to show frequencies and for comparing values of different categories. Bar orientation is useful when AxisLabels are longer.

Area Chart

Area

These charts are best for viewing cumulated total.

Doughnut Chart

Doughnut

These charts are useful when you want to compare one value with respect to the entire set of values.

Stacked Column Chart

StackedColumn

These charts are useful to display proportional relationships over time.

100% Stacked Column Chart

StackedColumn100

These charts are similar to stacked column charts. The difference is that these charts have data represented in percentage.

Stacked Bar Chart

StackedBar

These charts are useful to display proportional relationships over time. But the emphasis here will be more on values than time.

100% Stacked Bar Chart

StackedBar100

These charts are similar to stacked bar charts. The difference is that these charts have data represented in percentage.

Stacked Area Chart

StackedArea

Cumulative variant of area charts to show proportional relationships.

100% Stacked Area Chart

StackedArea100

These charts are similar to stacked area charts. The difference is that these charts have data represented in percentage.

Bubble Chart

Bubble

These charts are useful when each point has two quantities to be represented.

Point Chart

Point

These charts are used to show the relation of two or more quantitative variables.

Pyramid Chart

Pyramid

Pyramid charts are used to represent the hierarchical data.

StreamLine Funnel Chart

StreamLineFunnel

In these charts, the data is stream-lined, i.e., each funnel slice in the funnel represents a process flow that has filtered out data.

Section Funnel Chart

SectionFunnel

These charts are used to display data that equals 100% when totalled.

CandleStick Chart

CandleStick

Candlestick charts are used to display stock information using High, Low, Open and Close values.

Stock Chart

Stock

A stock chart is typically used to illustrate significant stock price points including a stock's open, close, high, and low price points.