Range Bar Charts / Basic usage
The Telerik ASP.NET MVC chart is a powerful data visualization component, which allows you to graphically represent your data. It is useful when you would like to utilize modern browser technologies such as SVG or Canvas (with a fallback to VML for older IE versions) for interactive data visualizations.
The component offers a variety of chart types such as area, bar, line, scatter, polar, radar, pie and donut, stock (OHLC) and many more.
This demo shows how to create a Range Bar chart, which displays data as bars where each bar represents a value range that spans between its minimum (i.e., From property) and maximum (i.e., To property) levels. A Range Bar type has floating bars unlike the standard Ba chart that has anchored bars to its x-axis.
This chart type is useful for comparing the low and high levels of value ranges (e.g., employees' working time, blood glucose levels per day, average minimum and maximum temperatures and rainfalls over time, etc.).
The chart can fetch data for its series from either local or remote data source. You can find more information about the MVC chart in the product documentation.
Key Features of Telerik MVC Charts
- Various Chart Types
- A Number of Data Types
- High Performance
- Export to PDF
- Simple-to-Customize Look and Feel
- Rich Server and Client-side API
- Server and Client-side Data Binding
- Built-in Themes
- Intuitive Built-in Animations
- Multiple Series and Combination Charts
- Plot Bands
- Rich Cross-Browser and Mobile Support
More about Telerik MVC Charts.