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TAChart is the principal component of a TeeChart-like charting framework for Lazarus offered under an LGPL licence. It contains functions developed by Philippe Martinole for his TeleAuto project which were revised extensively by Luis Rodrigues when porting the Epanet application from Delphi to Lazarus. Alexander Klenin rewrote and expanded much of the code, and is its current maintainer.

If you have questions, bug reports or feature requests, please post them to the Lazarus mailing list or TAChart board of the Lazarus forum.


Many features of TAChart are demonstrated in examples installed at (Lazarus Install Dir)/components/tachart/demo/

Some TAChart classes and properties have been provided with FPDoc documentation (accessed via [F1] in the IDE). TAChart documentation contains high-level description of most of the concepts and features in TAChart.

For beginners, the following tutorials may be helpful:

The rendering may be improved with another library :


  • 15+ different series, including pie, bar, area, line and point series
  • Function series with domain support
  • Unlimited number of series, points and axises on a graph
  • Flexible chart sources, including design-time editable, random, dynamic and db-aware sources.
  • Graph legend, title and footer
  • Axis labels and marks, manually set or auto-generated
  • Axis inversion, independent scale and offset, logarithmic scale
  • Interactive tools, including zoom, panning and crosshairs
  • Automatic or manual graph limits
  • Smart marks drawing
  • Easily extensible with new series types
  • Output to SVG, OpenGL, printer, WMF, AggPas, BGRABitmap, fpvectorial
  • Can be used in non-GUI applications, such as web services
  • In active development, see roadmap


Here is an example of TAChart displaying a Line Series, Bar Series and Pie Series



Luís Rodrigues, Philippe Martinole, Alexander Klenin


The latest stable release can be found in the Lazarus SVN repository (the components are on the Chart Tab in Lazarus).

See also