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  1. In this issue: Ken Cox, Damon Payne, Dean Chalk, Colin Eberhardt, and Jesse Liberty. Shoutouts: David

  2. Colin Eberhardt says:

    Thanks for the useful resource. You might want to add this to your list:

    http://www.scottlogic.co.uk/blog/wpf/2009/02/adding-a-location-crosshair-to-silverlight-charts/

    It details how to add a location crosshair to a line chart.

    Regards,

    Colin E.

  3. Delay says:

    Thanks, Colin! That post came to my attention after I’d posted. I’ve got it and one other I didn’t know about queued for the next link summary. Thank you for providing a link in your comment – folks will now be able to see yours from here in the meantime. :)

  4. Delay says:

    When replying to Colin above, I realized I should do the same to let folks know about the following post by Rudi Grobler in which he styles a LineSeries to look like the Google Analytics scenario: http://www.codeproject.com/KB/WPF/WPFSLChart.aspx

  5. Delay says:

    Here’s a helpful post by Jeremiah Morrill demonstrating the rather advanced scenario of binding a "collection of collections" to a Chart: http://jmorrill.hjtcentral.com/Home/tabid/428/EntryId/351/Silverlight-Charts-Binding-multiple-Series.aspx

  6. Rudi Grobler says:

    The last couple of weeks I have been playing with the Silverlight Toolkit ’s chart controls! These controls

  7. Delay says:

    Just to be sure folks don’t miss it, I’d like to explicitly call attention to Rudi’s comment above. In addition to his earlier Google Analytics demo, he’s gone ahead and written a custom Series to do OHLC-style charting (great for stock charts). Great stuff: http://dotnet.org.za/rudi/archive/2009/02/17/fun-with-silverlight-toolkit-charts.aspx

  8. Delay says:

    Here’s a nice post by Lee on adding what he calls "markers" to a LineSeries (others might call these "annotations" or "cursors"): http://leeontech.wordpress.com/2009/02/25/linechart-with-markers/

  9. Delay's Blog says:

    Catching up on Dave Campbell’s fantastic WynApse feed earlier today, I came across this post by Bryant

  10. Delay says:

    Another nice post by Lee – this time about adding interactive range selection: http://leeontech.wordpress.com/2009/03/02/interacting-with-charts/

  11. I’m a believer in the power of LayoutTransform – so much so that I wrote a control to graft this capability

  12. Delay says:

    If you’re into podcasts, here’s one by Sparkling Client with Jesse Liberty about BubbleSeries: http://www.sparklingclient.com/the-bubble-chart-in-the-silverlight-toolkit/

  13. Delay says:

    Another great post by Lee – this one on showing and hiding Series by clicking on their entries in the Legend: http://leeontech.wordpress.com/2009/03/13/showing-and-hiding-series-in-chart/

  14. Delay says:

    Another superb post by Rudi – he shows how to create your own Series type (he creates a Candlestick/OHLC series): http://www.codeproject.com/KB/silverlight/SLTCandlestickChart2.aspx

  15. Delay says:

    A nice update by Colin to his crosshairs post for the March 09 release of Charting can be found here: http://www.scottlogic.co.uk/blog/wpf/2009/03/adding-a-location-crosshair-to-silverlight-charts-again/

  16. Delay says:

    Jafar has started a series of posts on writing your own series (no pun intended) – here’s the first: http://themechanicalbride.blogspot.com/2009/03/writing-your-own-silverlight-chart.html

  17. Delay says:

    Jafar’s just posted part two of his series on writing your own series: http://themechanicalbride.blogspot.com/2009/03/writing-your-own-silverlight-chart_25.html

  18. Delay says:

    Timmy Kokke has a great post on creating, binding, and styling a BubbleSeries: http://geekswithblogs.net/tkokke/archive/2009/04/01/creating-binding-and-styling-a-bubble-chart.aspx

  19. Delay says:

    Pete Brown has just written a great post on dramatically re-styling some charts for a very polished look and feel: http://community.irritatedvowel.com/blogs/pete_browns_blog/archive/2009/04/09/Custom-Bar-Charts-with-the-Silverlight-Toolkit.aspx

  20. Delay says:

    Whoops, I forgot to link to some of my own recent posts on the topic. Here’s the latest release notes:

    http://blogs.msdn.com/delay/archive/2009/03/19/silverlight-charting-is-faster-and-better-than-ever-silverlight-toolkit-march-09-release-now-available.aspx

    I’ll be posting a new collection soon.

  21. Delay's Blog says:

    It’s been a while since the March 09 release of the Silverlight Toolkit – and even longer since I last

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