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Dynamic Data Display was developed to be a library of WPF controls for dynamic data visualization. It features efficient binding mechanisms and real-time interactivity capable of charting millions of data points. Current release allows flexible drawing of line/marker plots.
DynamicDataDisplay controls can be used in your application in the same way as other WPF controls. Any data can be used as a source of coordinates on your chart. It can be an array, a DataTable or a function. Every change in the data source causes update of the chart. As an example, you can use this feature for monitoring running computations. Using mouse or keyboard you can zoom in deep into the graph to see its subtle details.


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DynamicDataDisplay controls focus on speed, with minimal memory and CPU usage. As such, they provide a good, free alternative for creating charts for real-time data analysis, in your applications.

Simply add the assemblies to your project.

DynamicDataDisplay Charting for line/marker plots by devart
Install DynamicDataDisplay Charting for line/marker plots by devart from nuget package manager. This example shows one possible way of charting. It uses dynamic datasource to display line plot. Simply pass function as its datasource.
using System.Windows;
using System.Windows.Controls;
using DynamicDataDisplay;
namespace LinePlotDynamicDataDisplay
/// Interaction logic for LinePlotDynamicDataDisplay.xaml
public partial class LinePlotDynamicDataDisplay : UserControl
public LinePlotDynamicDataDisplay()

private void button1_Click(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
LinePlotDynamicDataDisplayDataSource.DataSource = GetChartData(String.Empty);

private DataTable GetChartData(string xAxisName = “”)
var ds = new DynamicDataDisplay.DynamicDataDisplayDataTable();
ds.DefaultView.XAxisName = xAxisName;


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• Simple and easy to use charting controls for Windows Phone and WPF apps.
• Supports unlimited data points.
• Data display engine based on WPF technology.
• Speed of drawing chart lines is orders of magnitudes faster than other charting controls.
• Rendering engine optimized for efficient drawing.
• You can use any binding mechanism of your choice, even if you are new to.NET/WPF. It does not affect chart performance.
• You can define new data source function in code and use it as a binding source.
• It does not require any installation.

And it supports DynamicDataDisplay.Visualizer, that makes user able to visualize data sets inside WPF applications with lines, markers, area and other charts.

You can get full feature list from

Open Source

How to open your charts with Dynamic Data Display library?

For Windows Phone devices, you need to install this release of Dynamic Data Display from NuGet package manager. You need to install at least version 0.5.1
For Windows Runtime (Windows 8.1 and higher) you need to compile source code.
For Windows Store apps, you need to install DynamicDataDisplay.Visualizer.
To install DynamicDataDisplay.Visualizer, you need Visual Studio 2012 or later and Runtime SDK for Windows Store apps 7.0 (Build 9002 or higher).
To install DynamicDataDisplay.Visualizer, you need to run setup.exe from DynamicDataDisplay.Visualizer folder.

Let’s create a new sample WPF application named BindTest. In MainWindow of this sample, you will see a chart. You can change the data source inside chart and the chart will update dynamically (not possible for other charting controls).

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Dynamic Data Display:


Note1: Line chart is only available in VSTO 2010 and later.
Code sample:
Dim plot As New DynamicDataDisplay.LinePlot
With plot
.ChartTitle = “DDataDisplay line chart Sample”
.XAxisLabel1.Text = “Number”
.YAxisLabel1.Text = “Real value”
.XAxisLineType = DynamicDataDisplay.LinePlot.AxisLineType.Double
.YAxisLineType = DynamicDataDisplay.LinePlot.AxisLineType.Double
.XAxisMaxValue = 25
.YAxisMaxValue = 25
.YAxisMinValue = 0
.XAxisLabelStyle = DynamicDataDisplay.LinePlot.LabelStyle.String
.YAxisLabelStyle = DynamicDataDisplay.LinePlot.LabelStyle.String
End With
Dim ds As New DataTable
ds.Columns.Add(“Real value”)
For i = 0 To 10000
ds.Rows.Add(New Object() {i, 0.001 * i})
p = New DynamicDataDisplay.DataSourceProvider(ds)

If you do not have access to the target application, you can use this sample to view the source code, see how the chart is implemented and how to modify it.

Dynamic Data Display license is freeware.

DynamicDataDisplay is open sourced under the MIT license.
You can freely use DynamicDataDisplay in your code. If you do so,
please mention the license as the source code.
DynamicDataDisplay not only can be used with your own code
but it can be also used with any commercial applications.

What’s New In?

1. Screen display of real-time chart/graph
2. Real-time data updation
3. Easy integration with SQL Server, Access, Excel, Odbc and ODBC.
4. Flexible data binding
5. Great documentation and samples included
6. Customizable widget controls and simple graphics
7. High performance and high-availability
8. Built-in splash screen, animation, and text messaging.
The names of the controls were chosen using Dynamic Data Display’s subjective data analysis algorithm. Most of the existing charting controls tend to be constraining when it comes to displaying real-time data because they rely on chart/graph standards and support large data sets, and therefore they often need heavy computations before displaying the real-time data. DynamicDataDisplay is different because it operates on the application as a whole and integrates seamlessly into your applications and frameworks.
The primary component is the DynamicDataSource class that allows you to easily bind any data source to the charts and graphs in the DynamicDataDisplay. The data itself is stored in an object array and the chart positions are defined in two collections: ChartPointsToDisplay and CoordinatesToDisplay.
All charts in Dynamic Data Display are based on the framework supported templates. The two standard templates are the LineChart and the MarkerChart. The functionality is the same with the line chart; it just allows you to draw markers. The LineChart supports the definitions of the x and y coordinates while the MarkerChart supports only the x coordinates.
With the increasing speed of modern computers and the ability to update thousands of data points per second it can be advantageous to control the update of the data directly in the UI. This is the primary use case of DynamicDataDisplay. There are a number of other features available in Dynamic Data Display and details can be found in the documentation.
DynamicDataDisplay is available for download from the following location:

The sample application available at the above location has the following features:
1) DynamicDataDisplay line charts
2) DynamicDataDisplay matrix charts
3) DynamicDataDisplay pivot charts
4) DynamicDataDisplay OLE and PPT.


Are you familiar with any other charting libraries out there?
There’s a very simple chart/graph library called WPF Charts that


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* PC
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Mac OS X (Jaguar)
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* Gameboy Advance/Gameboy Color
* Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)/Sega Genesis/Sega 32X (2 controllers)
* Nintendo 64 controller
* Nintendo DS Lite (2 controllers)
* Classic Controller (2 controllers)
* Nunchuk
* Wii Remote
* USB Gamepad