FSharpChart release supporting Stacked Charts and Markers (version 0.60)

FSharpChart now supports binding for Stacked Charts and for modifying the Marker associated with a series. As always one can download the latest release from: http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/FSharpChart-b59073f5  In previous versions of FSharpChart it was not very intuitive how a Stacked Chart could be plotted. What one had to do was define a CombinedChart where one defines…


FSharpChart new release available (version 0.55)

If you have been using FSharpChart you will have seen some recent activities around documentation. I am happy to say that a new code drop has been made available. This release deals with some minor bug fixes and restructures the code download, hopefully making it easier to navigate, in addition to the following changes: Defines…


FSharpChart and consuming within a WinForms application

In all the previous discussions around FSharpChart, samples have been shown within F# Interactive. I wanted to spend a few moments and demonstrate how FSharpChart can be consumed within a WinForms application, and how chart properties can be modified at runtime. Before getting started a quick word is warranted about F# WinForms applications. By default…


FSharpChart new features and code drop availability

If you have been using FSharpChart you will undoubtedly have read Keith Battocchi’s posting, on the F# team blog, covering Getting Started with FSharpChart. If not it is well worth a quick read. The FSharpChart library contains F#-friendly wrappers for the types in the System.Windows.Forms.DataVisualization.Charting namespace, making it easy to interactively chart data from F#….