Introduction

This series of articles will give an overview of the Palette colorization mechanism of RadChartView.

Overview

The palette is a set of predefined Fills and Strokes which can be used to set the coloring of a chart much easier then setting explicitly the colors for each bar or slice. RadChartView brings you the options to define your own palettes and to use the ones we have prepared for you as well. Example 1 shows how the "Warm" palette can be used for a simple PieChart:

Example 1: RadPieChart with Warm Pallete

<telerik:RadPieChart Palette="Warm"> 
    <telerik:PieSeries> 
      <telerik:PieSeries.DataPoints/> 
        <telerik:PieDataPoint Value="9" /> 
        <telerik:PieDataPoint Value="3" /> 
        <telerik:PieDataPoint Value="3" /> 
      </telerik:PieSeries.DataPoints> 
    </telerik:PieSeries> 
</telerik:RadPieChart> 

Figure 1: Result from Example 1

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Built In Palettes

Here are all of the predefined chart palettes:

Name Pallete
Arctic
Autumn
Cold
Flower
Forest
Grayscale
Ground
Lilac
Natural
Pastel
Rainbow
Spring
Summer
Warm
Windows8
Office2013
VisualStudio2013
Green
Office2016
Material
Fluent
Crystal

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