The Telerik UI for Blazor Linear Gauge serves to help you find an easy way to display any data on a linear scale. The component is very useful for illustrating progress towards a goal or a summary of some fluctuating metric.
The Gauge supports multiple pointers so that several data pointers can be simultaneously visualized on the same scale. This comes useful in situations like showing the min, max and current value of a variable, for example the temperature for the day.
The pointer used in the Gauge can be an arrow next to the proper value or a bar with length equal to the value. The size of both can be modified as well as their color, opacity and margin (distance to the scale).
The look of the scale can be similarly customized – its color, width, whether to show major and minor ticks or even reverse the direction of the scale. If one scale isn’t enough, you can even have two or more scale ranges within the same Gauge component. This allows you to create different regions for your variable – going back to the temperature example, imagine placing a blue range below 0° C, a reddish one above 40° C and white neutral one in between.