So basically my issue is that I have a windows form application that graphs data that is read in. The problem is that if I want to generate two, three or any number of graphs with different data sets at the same time to compare them I'd need to open a new application and use that to create my new graph. What I'm hoping I'd be able to do would be to add in some sort of tab control, so instead of opening a new window each time I want a new graph I could just open a new tab in the same window, and a new instance of my program would open in that new tab. Is this possible? Thanks for any help or advice you have, its much appreciated.
For instance, lets say the user reads in a file on the first tab, and its graph is created. What I would then like to happen would be for a new tab to appear, and when the user clicks over to it, a button is there that allows him to read in another file, and that new files data is then graphed on this tab. Once that happens a third tab would appear that the user could then click on, and he'd then be able to read in a third file, and so on.