I have an object that has some basic properties (ints, strings, etc) and also has a generic list of another object that some basic properties. I want to do a bar chart that takes a collection of the first object and shows the value of a property on the first object (like a 'name') as the x category or whatever and charts the count of the total numbers of objects in the collection within the first object.
What I understand is that you want to use a different object in the beginning of the chart and then use a list of other objects to fill the rest. What I would suggest is to use only the similar objects to bind to the chart.
You can manually give series a label like that :
To build a simple senario, say i have Folder and each Folder has many documents. I want to chart a bunch of Folders showing each folder name the count of how many documents are within each folder name (1, 12, 6, etc.)
"People with Money"
This looks like a normal scenario. You have a Folder
class that has string Name
property and int DocumentsCount
property. You map Name
to XCategory and map DocumentsCount
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Evgeni "Zammy" Petrov
the Telerik team
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