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Posted on 2011-09-24
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Attached is an image of my blood pressure that I created from MS Healthvault.  However, most of my lab results cannot be done this easily - even through one of the partners.

If you take a look at this graph, you will see some numbers.  What I am hoping to do is to see if code can be created and then the graph be generated.  The labs would have certain "lows" and "highs" ans seen by the 200-300.  

I did not know if just .NET can do this or if you need another control (like from Dundas)
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You can do this with the chart control an example found here

http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/articles/092210-1.aspx
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Great, thank you!
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