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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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The bar chart JavaBean component discussed in this paper is a graphical component that can be embedded in Java applications, either through instantiation in the code, or by dragging onto a form in an IDE's form builder.
EXECUTIVES' OUTLOOK FOR THEIR OWN COMPANY OVER THE NEXT 12 MONTHS: WILL DECREASE CAPITAL SPENDING 31% WILL INCREASE CAPITAL SPENDING 22% WILL REDUCE WORKFORCE 35% WILL ADD TO WORKFORCE 17% EXPECT OPERATING MARGINS TO SHRINK 27% EXPECT OPERATING MARGINS TO GROW 32% Note: Table made from bar chart.
Whereas the bar chart focuses attention on discrete activities, the CPM schedule emphasizes interrelationships among activities.
A very interesting variation of the simple bar chart is the stacked bar chart.
Most people have a need at some time to create a plan and schedule for a project or to calculate and include timeline information and bar charts in a business plan.
A series of HPLOT commands in the program sets up the entire bar chart in the lower half of the report form.
ConceptDraw PRO Composition Dashboard templates, samples and libraries of Live Objects: Composition Charts (Pie Chart, Divided Bar Chart, Double Divided Bar Chart) and Graphic Indicators (Mini Pie Chart, Horizontal and Vertical Divided Bar).
A graphic barometric trend shows present reading and previous 1-, 3-, 6- and 12-hr readings in a bar chart format.
For example, a bar chart like the one in Exhibit 3, which compares spending for governmental activities by expense category over two fiscal years, is helpful in identifying significant changes in expenses between the two years.