.NET Charting 101

Many developers use the Chart control in Visual Studio 2010 for their charting applications, but if you're just getting started, the documentation is incomplete and difficult to follow. That said, you can learn to use the Chart control in a few short minutes!

To begin, obviously you need to know how to get your data into the control, but just how are you supposed to do that? Luckily the Chart control uses collection objects, but following along when you are working with a wide range of charts and multiple forms of data, it can grow to be fairly tedious very quickly.

Many developers use the Chart control in Visual Studio 2010 for their charting applications, but if you're just getting started, the documentation is incomplete and difficult to follow. That said, you can learn to use the Chart control in a few short minutes!

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