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Tag Archives: draw graph
Graph points in WPF and C#
This example extends the previous example Draw a graph in WPF and C# to draw ellipses marking the data sets’ points. See that example for an explanation of how most of the program works. The following code shows how the … Continue reading
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Tagged algorithms, C#, C# programming, draw graph, draw graph in WPF, drawing, example, example program, geometry, GeometryGroup, graph, graph points, graphics, LineGeometry, mathematics, Polyline, Windows Forms programming, WPF, XAML
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Zoom on a graph with XAML code in C#
This example shows how you can zoom on a graph with XAML code only, without using C# code. (The program does use C# code to build the graph. It just doesn’t use any to zoom.) The example Zoom in on … Continue reading
Posted in algorithms, drawing, geometry, graphics, mathematics
Tagged algorithms, C#, C# programming, draw graph, draw graph in WPF, drawing, example, example program, geometry, GeometryGroup, graph, graph labels, graphics, label graph, labels, LineGeometry, mathematics, Matrix, Polyline, rotate text, rotated label, rotated text, tic marks, transformation matrix, transformations, Windows Forms programming, WPF, XAML
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Zoom on a graph in WPF and C#
It’s remarkably easy to zoom on a graph in WPF. This example extends the example Let the user click on graph points in WPF and C#. To modify the previous version, you first need to rebuild the user interface a … Continue reading
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Tagged algorithms, C#, C# programming, draw graph, draw graph in WPF, drawing, example, example program, geometry, GeometryGroup, graph, graph labels, graphics, label graph, labels, LineGeometry, mathematics, Matrix, Polyline, rotate text, rotated label, rotated text, scale, tic marks, transformation matrix, transformations, Windows Forms programming, WPF, XAML, zoom
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Let the user click on graph points in WPF and C#
This example shows how you can let a user click on graph points to display information about the data. (It extends the example Draw a graph with rotated text in WPF and C#.) When the user moves the mouse over … Continue reading
Posted in algorithms, drawing, geometry, graphics, mathematics
Tagged algorithms, C#, C# programming, draw graph, draw graph in WPF, drawing, example, example program, geometry, GeometryGroup, graph, graph labels, graphics, label graph, labels, LineGeometry, mathematics, Matrix, Polyline, rotate text, rotated label, rotated text, tic marks, transformation matrix, transformations, Windows Forms programming, WPF, XAML
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Draw a graph with rotated text in WPF and C#
This example shows how you can draw a graph with rotated text. The example Draw a graph with labels in WPF and C# has a DrawText method that makes adding text to a graph relatively easy. This example uses the … Continue reading
Posted in algorithms, drawing, geometry, graphics, mathematics
Tagged algorithms, C#, C# programming, draw graph, draw graph in WPF, drawing, example, example program, geometry, GeometryGroup, graph, graph labels, graphics, label graph, labels, LineGeometry, mathematics, Matrix, Polyline, rotate text, rotated label, rotated text, tic marks, transformation matrix, transformations, Windows Forms programming, WPF, XAML
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Draw a graph with labels in WPF and C#
This example shows how you can draw a graph with labels. The previous example Draw a graph with even tic marks in WPF and C# draws a simple graph. This example adds a title and labels to the X and … Continue reading
Posted in algorithms, drawing, geometry, graphics, mathematics
Tagged algorithms, C#, C# programming, draw graph, draw graph in WPF, drawing, example, example program, geometry, GeometryGroup, graph, graph labels, graphics, label graph, labels, LineGeometry, mathematics, Matrix, Polyline, tic marks, transformation matrix, transformations, Windows Forms programming, WPF, XAML
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Draw a graph with even tic marks in WPF and C#
This example shows how you can draw a graph with even tic marks in WPF and C#. It’s easy but confusing so I’m going to overexplain it. Once you get the idea, just skip down to the code. If you … Continue reading
Posted in algorithms, drawing, geometry, graphics, mathematics
Tagged algorithms, C#, C# programming, draw graph, draw graph in WPF, drawing, example, example program, geometry, GeometryGroup, graph, graphics, LineGeometry, mathematics, Matrix, Polyline, tic marks, transformation matrix, transformations, Windows Forms programming, WPF, XAML
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Use transformations to draw a graph in WPF and C#
Background This example shows how you can use transformations to draw a graph in WPF. In twodimensional graphics, transformations let you translate, scale, rotate, and skew the objects you draw. My previous post, Draw a graph in WPF and C#, … Continue reading
Posted in algorithms, drawing, geometry, graphics, mathematics
Tagged algorithms, C#, C# programming, draw graph, draw graph in WPF, drawing, example, example program, geometry, GeometryGroup, graph, graphics, LineGeometry, mathematics, Matrix, Polyline, transformation matrix, transformations, Windows Forms programming, WPF, XAML
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Draw a graph in WPF and C#
Graphing Difficulties This example shows how to draw a graph in WPF and C#. Drawing graphics is always tricky because you typically need to work in at least two different coordinate systems. First, there’s the world coordinates that you want … Continue reading
Posted in algorithms, drawing, geometry, graphics, mathematics
Tagged algorithms, C#, C# programming, draw graph, draw graph in WPF, drawing, example, example program, geometry, GeometryGroup, graph, graphics, LineGeometry, mathematics, Polyline, Windows Forms programming, WPF, XAML
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