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  1. Thank you for submitting this cool story – Trackback from DotNetShoutout

  2. In this Issue: Ashish Shetty , SilverLemma , Vladimir Bodurov , Alex Knight , Ofir Shemesh , Cameron

  3. Thanks again to Marc Schweigert for hosting last night’s DevDinner in Reston. My blog is at

  4. Delay's Blog says:

    My teammates and I spent some time last week on an exercise known as "app building" to help identify

  5. Delay's Blog says:

    Let’s imagine that we want to use Silverlight (or WPF!) to chart the performance of a book on one of

  6. David Anson says:

    NEW POST: Pineapple upside-down chart [How to: Invert the axis of a chart for "smaller is better" scenarios], David Anson,

  7. Delay's Blog says:

    While answering a support forum question I’d seen a couple of times before, I figured it would be helpful

  8. David Anson says:

    NEW POST: Chart tweaking made easy [How to: Make four simple color/ToolTip changes with Silverlight/WPF Charting], David Anson,

  9. Delay's Blog says:

    As I’ve said before, one of our key goals for the March 09 release of Silverlight/WPF Charting was to

  10. Delay's Blog says:

    I was recently part of an e-mail thread with Pete Brown discussing the prospects of reproducing Richard

  11. David Anson says:

    NEW POST: Peanut butter jelly time [How to: Create a pleasing visual effect with Silverlight/WPF Charting], David Anson,

  12. David Anson says:

    NEW POST: WPF Charting: It’s official! [June 2009 release of the WPF Toolkit is now available!], David Anson,

  13. David Anson says:

    NEW POST: TreeMap control is comming to Silverlight Toolkit, Marek Latuskiewicz,

  14. David Anson says:

    NEW POST: Silverlight Charting gets an update – and a TreeMap! [Silverlight Toolkit July 2009 release now available!], David Anson,

  15. David Anson says:

    NEW POST: Treemap released in Silverlight Toolkit, Gareth Bradshaw,

  16. David Anson says:

    NEW POST: Bringing the Silverlight Toolkit’s TreeMap to WPF [Silverlight/WPF Data Visualization Development Release 0], David Anson,

  17. Manikandan says:


    Great Blog. Thanks For this efforts….

    I need to create a pie chart SL4 using Blend4,  i have to select a pallet and also need to change datapoint style. if i give datapoint style the pallet is not working it displayed with the default color.

    can you help me to do this.

    Thanks in advance


  18. David Anson says:


    It sounds like you'll want to read about the interaction between DataPointStyle and StylePalette (now known simply as Palette) here:…/chart-tweaking-made-easy-how-to-make-four-simple-color-tooltip-changes-with-silverlight-wpf-charting.aspx

    Additionally, the latest version of this link collection can always be found at – you'll find that there are many more helpful resources like the one I just referenced.

    Hope this helps!

  19. Brian W says:

    Unfortunatly the link to

    •Customizing the Labels on an Axis of the Silverlight Toolkit Chart

    is dead.

  20. David Anson says:

    Brian W,

    Sorry about that! I did a quick web search and found the same article here:…/Customizing-the-Labels-on-an-Axis-of-the-Silverlight-Toolkit-Chart.aspx I'll update the list next time I revise the content – thanks for pointing this out.

    FYI that always links to the latest version of this list – there's some new content there that may be helpful. 🙂

  21. sonakshi says:

    can you please give me any idea of how  i can implement Funnel charts in silverlight 5 , as there is no funnel chart control in toolkit.

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