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ASP.NET chart contols open source! Any good ones?

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Hello there,
I am looking for a good, open source, free chart control for ASP.NET 2.0.

I should be able to databind it and also it should calculate percentage.

Any options?

Thanks in advance.
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Any more options?

Sorry Chinu, but none of them has percentage feature built in, as far as I could see in their documentation/examples. Thanks though.

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