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A multi-line chart with square and diamond symbols as data points.
Data labels on top of the data points.
The title bar background is actually a 1 x 2 pixels wallpaper pattern.
A nicely designed line chart.
Dual titles on top and bottom of chart. Also, a custom text label in the top right corner of the plot area.

A chart to demonstrate 3D line styles.

Despite being small, this chart has complete features.
Easy to include in any web page layout.
Ideal for mobile devices with small screen size.


A line chart using different symbols for the data points, with a gradient colored background.

A line chart using glass spheres for the data points, with a gradient colored background and a soft drop shadow.

A line chart using glass spheres for the data points, with a brushed silver background.
Note that there are missing data points in this chart. In ChartDirector, missing data points can be represented as gaps in the line. Alternatively, the line can join through the missing data points using a different line style.


A line chart with a data table docked under the x-axis.

A line chart using different symbols for different data points on the same line.

A line chart with user-define custom symbols.

A line chart with 2 layers - a line layer for the line, and a box-whisker layer for the error symbols.
This chart demonstrates the power of ChartDirector's layering architecture. It allows one to combine arbitrary layers to create new chart styles using existing layer styles as building blocks.

ChartDirector supports arbitrary number of axes per chart. This example demontrates using 4 independent y-axes.

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