Multiple Values Gauge

This web site builds the control from code behind but you could also grab it from the toolbox, this sample also uses a ViewModel to populate the properties of the control(s) in this sample.

sample image

View model

using System.Collections.Generic;
using LiveChartsCore;
using LiveChartsCore.Measure;
using LiveChartsCore.SkiaSharpView;
using CommunityToolkit.Mvvm.ComponentModel;

namespace ViewModelsSamples.Pies.Gauge3;

[ObservableObject]
public partial class ViewModel
{
    public IEnumerable<ISeries> Series { get; set; }
        = new GaugeBuilder()
        .WithLabelsSize(20)
        .WithLabelsPosition(PolarLabelsPosition.Start)
        .WithLabelFormatter(point => $"{point.PrimaryValue} {point.Context.Series.Name}")
        .WithInnerRadius(20)
        .WithOffsetRadius(8)
        .WithBackgroundInnerRadius(20)

        .AddValue(30, "Vanessa")
        .AddValue(50, "Charles")
        .AddValue(70, "Ana")

        .BuildSeries();
}

Form code behind

using System.Windows.Forms;
using LiveChartsCore.SkiaSharpView.WinForms;
using ViewModelsSamples.Pies.Gauge3;

namespace WinFormsSample.Pies.Gauge3;

public partial class View : UserControl
{
    private readonly PieChart pieChart;

    public View()
    {
        InitializeComponent();
        Size = new System.Drawing.Size(50, 50);

        var viewModel = new ViewModel();

        pieChart = new PieChart
        {
            Series = viewModel.Series,
            InitialRotation = 45,
            MaxAngle = 270,
            Total = 100,

            // out of livecharts properties...
            Location = new System.Drawing.Point(0, 0),
            Size = new System.Drawing.Size(50, 50),
            Anchor = AnchorStyles.Left | AnchorStyles.Right | AnchorStyles.Top | AnchorStyles.Bottom
        };

        Controls.Add(pieChart);
    }
}

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