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Charting API in .NET

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Hello,

I am currently creating a charting tool that should have all different types of chart.

Is there any third party stable Charting API for C# that you would recommend?

Best regards,
--Anand
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by:Roopesh Reddy
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Hi,

Check this article - http://csharp-source.net/open-source/charting-and-reporting

Hope it helps u...
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if you want a Windows 8 look and feel, you can try these:
http://modernuicharts.codeplex.com/

also there are plenty of charting libraries at codeplex.com
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