Data visualization library
The FastReport Business Graphics .NET library is designed for use in WinForms applications with the .NET Framework 4.x.
is a way of visualizing hierarchical data in the form of rectangles whose area is proportional to the value of the displayed record. Within the rectangles of parent records are nested rectangles of child records. This tree chart is suitable for comparing several hierarchies at the same time.
is a sun-like chart with branching rays. The circle in the center is the root node, and the rays that move outward are the children. Each value on the chart occupies an area, the boundaries of which are defined by the start angle and the sweep angle. The larger the value you want to display on the chart, the larger the sweep angle. This chart is suitable for analyzing each level of the hierarchy.
presents data based on the hierarchical clustering method. The Icicle chart is easier to read, showing which hierarchy objects belong to and which are children. The large rectangle at the top of the chart represents the root node, whose width depends on the sum of the child nodes. The child nodes are placed below the parent nodes. The chart can also have several drawing directions: down, up, left, and right. An icicle graph is a good way to visualize hierarchical data. The advantages are that it is easy to see the hierarchy, its size, and the level at which it is located. It's also great for examining data relationships.
illustrates a work plan/schedule for a project. It consists of two parts: the left part has a list of tasks, and the right part has a timeline with bars that depict the work. The colors for the intervals are allocated according to the resources from the palette. This chart helps to solve one of the main tasks of business process planning and show the staff what to work on, what resources to apply in the process and at what speed to perform certain tasks. Using a Gantt chart makes it much easier to manage small projects.