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Waveform/oscilliscope charting package ?

I want to develop an application that has an oscilliscope . I was wondering
if anyone has experience (good or bad) of any commercial charting packages
that will provide this sort of functionality.

Thanks,
B
Jul 21 '05 #1
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Any Ideas from anyone?

"Brian" wrote:
I want to develop an application that has an oscilliscope . I was wondering
if anyone has experience (good or bad) of any commercial charting packages
that will provide this sort of functionality.

Thanks,
B

Jul 21 '05 #2
I think Microsoft recommend Dundas software's DundasChart (www.dundas.com).
I've work with it a bit and it works quite well, obviously depending on what
you do. I've been working with the web-based charts, but they also have
Windows Forms charting components. They say the can do real-time charting,
which might be what you need.

HTH
Jako Menkveld

"Brian" <Br***@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:18**********************************@microsof t.com...
Any Ideas from anyone?

"Brian" wrote:
I want to develop an application that has an oscilliscope . I was
wondering
if anyone has experience (good or bad) of any commercial charting
packages
that will provide this sort of functionality.

Thanks,
B

Jul 21 '05 #3
Jako,
Thanks for the feedback. I have looked this over and the real-time chart
seems to be a guage display. I shall continue to look.

Thanks,
B
"Jako Menkveld" wrote:
I think Microsoft recommend Dundas software's DundasChart (www.dundas.com).
I've work with it a bit and it works quite well, obviously depending on what
you do. I've been working with the web-based charts, but they also have
Windows Forms charting components. They say the can do real-time charting,
which might be what you need.

HTH
Jako Menkveld

"Brian" <Br***@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:18**********************************@microsof t.com...
Any Ideas from anyone?

"Brian" wrote:
I want to develop an application that has an oscilliscope . I was
wondering
if anyone has experience (good or bad) of any commercial charting
packages
that will provide this sort of functionality.

Thanks,
B


Jul 21 '05 #4
You might try:
http://www.mooseworkssoftware.com/graph.htm. It began as a Compact Framework
control, but now also has a Windows Form version.
Keith Welch
Mooseworks Software

"Brian" <Br***@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:29**********************************@microsof t.com...
Jako,
Thanks for the feedback. I have looked this over and the real-time chart
seems to be a guage display. I shall continue to look.

Thanks,
B
"Jako Menkveld" wrote:
I think Microsoft recommend Dundas software's DundasChart
(www.dundas.com).
I've work with it a bit and it works quite well, obviously depending on
what
you do. I've been working with the web-based charts, but they also have
Windows Forms charting components. They say the can do real-time
charting,
which might be what you need.

HTH
Jako Menkveld

"Brian" <Br***@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:18**********************************@microsof t.com...
> Any Ideas from anyone?
>
> "Brian" wrote:
>
>> I want to develop an application that has an oscilliscope . I was
>> wondering
>> if anyone has experience (good or bad) of any commercial charting
>> packages
>> that will provide this sort of functionality.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> B


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