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Silverlight Charts and Graphs - with Source Code

Pete Brown - 31 March 2008
If you are looking for some great Silverlight 2 charts and graphs for data presentation (not interactivity at this point), check out what the people at VISIfire have come up with. Besides being a great example of what one can do with vector drawing, and a quick way to get very good looking charts and graphs in your app, you get all the source code (GPL) for each so you can easily create your own or just learn from what they have done. Nice!
posted by Pete Brown on Monday, March 31, 2008
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