RadSparkline allows you to display simple, word-sized graphics that can be embedded in text, tables or headlines in a Windows Store
Edward Tufte defines sparklines as "small intense, simple, word-sized graphic with typographic resolution. Sparklines mean that graphics are no longer
cartoonish special occasions with captions and boxes, but rather sparkline graphic can be everywhere a word or number can be: embedded in a sentence, table,
headline, map, spreadsheet, graphic".
RadSparkline is a version of the RadChart control tailored for the application described above.
While sparklines are typically line charts, RadSparkLine supports a variety of types:
To enhance the data visualization provided by the sparklines, RadSparkline also features tooltips,
plot bands and the concept of axes.