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Interactive 3D bar chart custom control in WPF with rotation, touch-sense display, and databinding support

, 29 Mar 2009 CPOL
Create a WPF 3D Bar chart in your .NET application easily. You can create interactive 3D bar charts in seconds using this WPF 3D bar chart custom control. You can even databind your input to see the '3D chart bar change live as you enter your input' effect.
Wpf3DChartDemo.zip
WPF3DChartDemo
Test3DChart.exe
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Test3DChart.exe
Test3DChart.vshost.exe
Test3DChart.vshost.exe.manifest
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autoexp.dll
autoexpce.dll
Wpf3DChartTutorial.dll
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Test3DChart.exe
Test3DChart.vshost.exe
Test3DChart.vshost.exe.manifest
Wpf3DChartTutorial.dll
Properties
Settings.settings
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Wpf3DChartTutorial
Wpf3DChartTutorial
bin
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Visual Studio 2008
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Test3DChart
Settings
CurrentSettings.vssettings
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Wpf3DChartTutorial.dll
Properties
Settings.settings
Themes
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Visual Studio 2008
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Wpf3DChartTutorial
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