Integrate beautiful data visualizations that use colors to represent values into your WinUI applications with the Telerik Heat Map control for WinUI.
The HeatMap control for WinUI presents data in a two-dimensional table where values are denoted by different colors or hues of the same color to make it easier for the user to compare and indicate areas of interest as well as spot clusters of similar values across the set.
Set up the control with the familiar WPF binding mechanism by utilizing Categorical, Vertical or Horizontal definitions. . The categorical definition uses a single color for both rows and columns, while the Vertical and Horizontal definitions blend different colors into the colorizers. You can apply one of the built-in colorizers of preset colors or create your own.
When working with large datasets, the control exposes the capability to fine-tune the data fetching mechanism, boosting the performance and decreasing the memory footprint.
The control features a range of colorizers that define how the cells of the different values will be colored. The available colorizers include:
Each cell in the control can be configured to display labels with a predefined DataTemplate in order to allow the user to see what value goes with each cell.
The row and columns headers in the Heap Map component expose various properties for customization of their position, style, string format, alignment, rotation and more.
With the selection feature, the user can select a single or multiple cells in the controls, which will highlight the active cells border.
Highly customizable tooltip functionality is available, allowing you to provide additional information to the user when hovering over cells in the Heat Map component.