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Something better than ChartFX??

Posted on 2008-10-07
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Hello All,

We are currently using SoftwareFX's ChartFX for Visual Studio and we would like to find something better to use.  

Here are the issues we have with ChartFX:
Too expensive
Does not represent infinity
Difficult to customize the look and feel
Setup has issues as well

What we need in a data visualization tool:
handles infinity
handles combination charts
handles 3 axes
pie, bar, and line charts
able to customize look and feel extensively
ajax enabled
able to use with other applications such as: web sites, smart client, WPF
able to scale to a webfarm

So, if anyone has an idea of what we can use, please let me know.
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Thank you for your suggestions.  None of those will be able to handle all the graphics we require, but they did help me limit the search
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