The sample shows a bar chart and various UI controls that let you change different options of the chart. You can experiment and see how you can customize the chart.
Bar Chart 3D
A demonstration of the 3D bar chart, which supports various options for layout, axes, legend and behaviour. You can use the UI controls to experiment with them.
The sample demonstrates the Bubble chart control with its various options for customization of the appearance, grid, legend and user behaviour.
The candlestick chart is rendered with options for customization: date format, custom date format, zoom widgets and behavior.
A set of two oval and two rectangular gauges that are made to look as the dashboard of a car. You can change the gauge values by dragging the sliders.
The oval gauge is used here to render an analogue clock, which shows the correct time and renders a seconds hand with the help of a timer.
This sample uses a custom data series with object instances to render a bubble chart with a legend and tooltips.
The Dashboard component supports several layout panels and has dynamic positioning of elements. The elements include charts, gauges, labels, borders, images.
The quadratic gauge is used to render the scale of various mathematical functions: logarithmic, linear or quadratic.
The funnel chart control allows you to change the stem width of the funnel, the spacing between segments, hide data labels and more.
Here we use annotations to place labels under each group of bars. The annotations are rendered by the AnnotationRenderer.
The chart control supports pan and drag with the mouse as well as zoom. The sample demonstrates these features on two types of charts: bar and pie.
The chart control supports unlimited number of axes anywhere on the chart: X, X2, Y or Y2. Each axes can have its own scale, labels, title and other appearance settings.
Both radar and polar charts are supported in JChart. Each chart has a variety of customization settings, which are demonstrated in this sample. Play with the controls to see how the chart gets changed.
A set of two rectangular gauges that are bound to the CPU and Memory load indicators of your computer.