Thank you for the picture. As I can see it demonstrates a complete application with a toolbar, buttons, etc. On the other hand the chart itself is a component that is only a part of such application. It is possible to achieve the described visualization by using the chart's API and several additional controls. You can check the available interaction behaviors (pan, zoom, select, etc.) for the chart in the Behaviors
section in the documentation. For the toolbar and the menu you can check the RadToolBar
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