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Hi,
 
I have a requirement where I need the ability to add ‘n’ number of series in my System.Web.UI.DataVisualization.Charting.Chart.
The number ‘n’ ranges from 0 to anywhere about > 20000. The average number of series per Chart will be around 20000.
Also, per chart there would be > 100 points to plot.
I would like to know if it is possible to achieve this using the System.Web.UI.DataVisualization.Charting.Chart.
 
Also, what kind of performance impact should I expect?
How much of time would it take to generate such charts if possible and how much of server resource would be required?
 
Thanks
Posted 25-Jul-12 2:33am
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pradiprenushe at 25-Jul-12 8:20am
   
This is not good thing to add these much no of series. Can u tell actual requirement may be it have some another solution?
Bernhard Hiller at 25-Jul-12 8:20am
   
Hm. 20000 series haing each 100 points makes 2 million (20 lakhs) points or pixels. That's beyond the capacity of my big screen...
Kenneth Haugland at 25-Jul-12 12:54pm
   
If you know DSP you could simply filer and downsample. But that is not a beginners task.

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It is really too much of data you are talking about. I seriously doubt that. If there are more concurrent connections, it may cause some serious issues. On the other hand, if you are considering performance, I believe that please don't turn on the Chart.AntiAliasing property as it requires more CPU cycles and memory too.
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