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Data Management

The topics in this section describe the Grid's data analysis features. Many of these data managing and shaping capabilities are enabled with simple property settings.

  • Data Summaries

    You can calculate aggregate functions against all values within a column, or column values within groups. The Grid Control offers 5 built-in aggregate functions. Custom aggregate functions can be implemented via event handlers.

  • Grouping

    The Grid Control supports data grouping against an unlimited number of data columns.

  • Filtering and Searching

    The functionality to filter data and locate rows programmatically or via UI.

  • Sorting

    Programmatic or end-user sorting against an unlimited number of data columns in ascending or descending order.

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