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Need heat mapping control for .net

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Is anyone familiar with a component that will accept data (map shape, x point, y point and density) and will output a heatmap overlay for the map?

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Actually I needed a control that I could use in an application.  Maybe I could have been clearer about that.

Anyway, I think that Infragistics NetAdvantage allows you to create heat maps.  But, if you know of some other heat map control for winforms I am all ears.
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No other controls were submitted for heat mapping.  I found the Infragistics NetAdvantage controls through Google.
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