convert a datatable or list<objects> into gridview

I have a datatable with 3 fields state, carrier and rate. I have to display it in a gridview such that y-axis will be state and x-axis will be carrier and the corresponding cell display the rate.
datatable structure
state carrier rate
NB     hunt   1.0
NB     atl       .23
NX     hunt   2.5
NX     atl       .45

gridview should be
         hunt   atl
NB    1.0     .23
NX    2.5     .45
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Asim NazirCommented:
You need to convert rows into column. You can do using Pivot. Details here:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms177410.aspx
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Pratima PharandeCommented:
You can pivote the datatable and create new datatable as per your requiremnt

refer the below link
which provides step by step details of how to do it and assign to grid

http://aspalliance.com/538_CodeSnip_Pivot_Tables_with_ADONET_and_Display_in_a_DataGrid_Paged_Horizontally.all
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