bar chart


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bar chart

A visual display of the size of the different categories of a variable; the categories or values of the variable are represented by bars of different lengths.
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Bar charts that reflect comparative data can be used to highlight significant changes during the year or to compare financial statement elements within a year.
Foreground colors for text and for graphic elements such as the bars of a bar chart, for example, should contrast with background colors.
In the stacked bar chart, click on any of the start date bars (shown in blue below) to select them all.
In the following sections, I will discuss the pedagogical benefits of the component-building-and-use approach, describe the bar chart component in general, and outline the programming tasks involved in creating and using the bar chart.
EXPECTATIONS FOR AVERAGE PRICE OF BENCHMARK LIGHT CRUDE OIL OVER NEXT 12 MONTHS: Under $60 7% $60 to $70 29% $70 to $80 47% $80 to $90 15% Above $100 2% Note: Table made from bar chart.
Magistrates at Bedlington were told that a bar chart of offences committed by Brown was one of the worst his own solicitor had seen.
Details of calorie, carbohydrate, fat and protein content are presented in an easy-to-understand bar chart format, along with information on how these levels relate to guideline daily amounts (GDA).
The counter is in the form of a bar chart located on the front of pack above the Kellogg's logo.
SANTA CLARITA - If a bar chart measuring the growing number of births in the Santa Clarita Valley is any indicator, there's been an awful lot of romance here in recent years.
A live graph of the monitoring results for all of the selected defects is displayed for easy viewing in either line graph or bar chart formats.
Another bar chart compares Class Factors for each press during different work shifts.