Control to Display Bar, Pie, and Line Charts

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This is COM Component and by using this control u can display bar, pie and line charts. Is supports 2D/3D Dimension, Brusted Pie, 3Dangle, 3Dthichness, background color, Brusted angle, half/full/back half Pie, Dash color, label offset, Dash line width, spot size, print scale, print value, slice separator color, slice width and spot offset properties.

The sample application is along with this control.

The IID_IelxChart interface exposes the following functions.

  • To add chart data:
    • AddDataEx
    • AddData
  • To set chart type:
    • GetChartType
    • SetChartType
  • To draw chart:
    • DrawChart
  • To set parameters:
    • SetParams
    • GetParams

ESGraphParams has following parameters:

typedef struct _ESGraphParams
{
  BOOL        b3D;
  double      d3DAngle;
  double      d3DThickness;
  double      dBarSpace;
  ESPatColor  crBGColor;

  double      dExtraSpace;
  int         nFitSpace;

// format ???

  int         nHalfPie;
  BOOL        bKeepRatio;

  ESPatColor  crLabelDashColor;
  double      dLabelDashWidth;
  double      dLabelOffset;

  int         nMinValue, nMaxValue;
  BOOL        bMergeValue;
  BOOL        bOriLine;

  BOOL        bPrintScale, bPrintValue;

  double      dSliceBurst;
  ESPatColor  crSliceSepColor;
  double      dSliceSepWidth;

  double      dSpotOffset, dSpotSize;

// non vipp
  int         nGraphPPI;
} ESGraphParams;

Downloads

Download source - 32 Kb
Download DLL - 37 Kb


Comments

  • Found the code...

    Posted by LordLiverpool on 08/23/2011 07:05am

    At http://www.codeguru.com/code/legacy/controls/Graphing_dll.zip and http://www.codeguru.com/code/legacy/controls/Graphing.zip CodeGuru might try sorting out its links.

    Reply
  • Download Problems

    Posted by mschreck on 05/24/2006 09:22am

    Hello! I need a bar chart for the statistic evaluation of measured values. It would be an advantage for me to take a look into your source code. Unfortunately I have a Download problem. Can someone help me? Yours sincerely mschreck

    Reply
  • help , i want this!

    Posted by bravechou on 09/21/2005 05:31am

    could not be download too!

    Reply
  • could not be download now

    Posted by srbcj on 04/29/2005 04:50am

    It seems very good, but I could not download these normally. Who could help me? Thanks!

    Reply
  • can not download

    Posted by gansens on 01/11/2005 03:47am

    This is nice work but I can not open download file. Any help will be appreciated Thanks

    Reply
  • chart

    Posted by lee_mmm on 03/11/2004 12:49am

    very good

    Reply
  • Com component 2D/3D charts

    Posted by Legacy on 11/11/2002 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Emmanuel

    This is nice work but the 3D pie does not produce the figure shown in the article. Any help will be appreciated
    Thanks

    Reply
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