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Infragistics UltraWebChart How-To Chart Miles Per Gallon

I am needing to chart miles per gallon by vehicle. The database
structure is going to return rows like this:

VEHICLE|MPG|DATE (where | is a column separator)

2003 Truck|17|11-1-04

2003 Truck|18|11-7-04

2002 Car|25|11-3-04

2002 Car|25|11-9-04
The chart I would like would be a line chart, by vehicle so the legend
would 2 items (2003 Truck, 2002 Car) and there would be 2 lines in the
chart.
The Y axis would be MPG, the X axis would contain a tick and label
11-1-04, 11-3-04, 11-7-04, 11-9-04.
Can anybody give details on how to accomplish this using Infragistics
UltraChart (which I think is the same as WebChart)

Thanks ... Chad
Nov 18 '05 #1
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Hi,
go to this site:
http://www.carlosag.net
he as a free webchart control..
U just have to bind the Data to a datsource and thats it!
Enjoy

"chadw" wrote:
I am needing to chart miles per gallon by vehicle. The database
structure is going to return rows like this:

VEHICLE|MPG|DATE (where | is a column separator)

2003 Truck|17|11-1-04

2003 Truck|18|11-7-04

2002 Car|25|11-3-04

2002 Car|25|11-9-04
The chart I would like would be a line chart, by vehicle so the legend
would 2 items (2003 Truck, 2002 Car) and there would be 2 lines in the
chart.
The Y axis would be MPG, the X axis would contain a tick and label
11-1-04, 11-3-04, 11-7-04, 11-9-04.
Can anybody give details on how to accomplish this using Infragistics
UltraChart (which I think is the same as WebChart)

Thanks ... Chad

Nov 18 '05 #2
Thanks for the reply, I download the chart. It is very simple to chart
an x and y values from a dataset. But how do you group the data by
vehicle?

Is that a each vehicle a chart?

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