Doughnut Chart [Deprecated]

Simply use doughnut chart to show comparison. A doughnut chart is derived from a pie chart the difference is doughnut chart has no middle area. Doughnut chart is great at showing part to a whole.
PRO TIP! Use a doughnut chart with few items to avoid squeezing thus making items invisible.

How to display doughnut chart using Bunifu Dataviz

Simply locate Bunifu Dataviz control in your toolbox and drag it to the location on your form where you would like to display it.
We will use button click event handler to display our chart called render_doughnut
C# code
private void render_doughnut(){
var r = new Random();
var canvas = new Bunifu.Dataviz.WinForms.BunifuDatavizBasic.Canvas();
var datapoint = new Bunifu.Dataviz.WinForms.BunifuDatavizBasic.DataPoint(Bunifu.Dataviz.WinForms.BunifuDatavizBasic._type.Bunifu_doughnut);
datapoint.addLabely("SUN", r.Next(0, 100).ToString());
datapoint.addLabely("MON", r.Next(0, 100).ToString());
datapoint.addLabely("TUE", r.Next(0, 100).ToString());
datapoint.addLabely("WED", r.Next(0, 100).ToString());
datapoint.addLabely("THU", r.Next(0, 100).ToString());
datapoint.addLabely("FRI", r.Next(0, 100).ToString());
datapoint.addLabely("SAT", r.Next(0, 100).ToString());
// Add data sets to canvas
//render canvas
VB.NET code
Private Sub render_doughnut()
Dim canvas As Bunifu.Dataviz.WinForms.BunifuDatavizBasic.Canvas = New Bunifu.Dataviz.WinForms.BunifuDatavizBasic.Canvas()
Dim datapoint1 As Bunifu.Dataviz.WinForms.BunifuDatavizBasic.DataPoint
datapoint1 = New Bunifu.Dataviz.WinForms.BunifuDatavizBasic.DataPoint(Bunifu.Dataviz.WinForms.BunifuDatavizBasic._type.Bunifu_doughnut)
Dim random As Random = New Random()
datapoint1.addLabely("MON", random.[Next](0, 50).ToString())
datapoint1.addLabely("TUE", random.[Next](0, 50).ToString())
datapoint1.addLabely("WED", random.[Next](0, 50).ToString())
datapoint1.addLabely("THU", random.[Next](0, 50).ToString())
datapoint1.addLabely("FRI", random.[Next](0, 50).ToString())
datapoint1.addLabely("SAT", random.[Next](0, 50).ToString())
datapoint1.addLabely("SUN", random.[Next](0, 50).ToString())
End Sub
In order to display Bunifu Doughnut chart we need the following controls:
  • Bunifu Data Viz - This is the container for our chart
  • Bunifu Canvas - This is the middle layer between the data viz (container) and the dataset
  • Bunifu Data Point - This will contain the data that we want to represent as pairs of X and Y coordinates
On running the code you should see something like this:
That's it!
We hope Bunifu Dataviz will help you bring out the best data visualization for your data in your application.
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