Dynamic Data Display facilitates the interactive visualization of dynamic data within your Silverlight application. It contains a set of Silverlight controls for creating line graphs, bubble charts, heat maps and other complex 2D plots. Dynamic Data Display also integrates with the Bing Maps control to show data on a geographic map in latitude/longitude coordinates. The controls are compatible with most popular development tools like Expression Blend and Visual Studio. They can also be operated programmatically.
Developing scientific software for Microsoft Silverlight has certain attractive aspects: applications run on both Windows and Macs, browser-based deployment is exceptionally lightweight, and yet the underlying algorithms can be written in modern programming languages such as C#, F# or Python. One impediment to the broader use of Silverlight in scientific research is the lack of reusable software components that are specifically designed for scientific applications.
The Dynamic Data Display interactive SDK is a live Silverlight application presenting a set of tutorials and examples.
Download the Dynamic Data Display for Silverlight.
The downloadable package contains all you need to use Dynamic Data Display controls in your applications including API reference documentation and guidelines for extending the library.
Dinamic Data Display for Silverlight takes general approach and some algorithms form its predecessor, the Dynamic Data Display for WPF project.