LP on .NET

May 27, 2009

LINQPad Graphs

Filed under: .NET,LINQ — Larry Parker @ 1:22 pm

If you’re a LINQ user and haven’t already downloaded LINQPad, get it here.  It’s free, although I highly recommend purchasing a license (for a nominal fee) to get auto-completion support.  I really could have used that feature a couple of years ago when it first came out when I was learning LINQ (but I still find it useful now).

So here’s a nice feature in one of the recent LINQPad releases – LINQPad graphs.  After executing your query, if you click the ≡ symbol on the column header, you will get a nice horizontal bar graph of your data.

I’m actually using this for a quick-and-dirty dashboard to monitor packet load on a web server:

LINQPadGraph

Pretty cool!

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