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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 chart and mean score were also found supportive.
Some techniques are applicable on two-dimensional plot of chart images while others work well for bar chart images.
A DESCRIPTION OF THE BAR CHART COMPONENT AND ITS USE
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. HAS THE FED RESPONDED ADEQUATELY TO THE ECONOMIC DOWNTURN?
Top Bar Chart Question: In your most recent experience in calling for customer service assistance, how did the telephone agent do in satisfying your needs and handling your call?
The easiest and quickest way to prepare any schedule is to create a Gantt chart, commonly called a bar chart. A Gantt chart consists of horizontal bars, each of which represents a particular work activity, with a time line across the top indicating when each activity will be performed.
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.
Number of Categories: If more than four or five categories are used for a simple comparison, a bar chart should be used rather than a pie chart.
The PERT, Gantt (bar chart) and spreadsheet windows are kept synchronized and all may be viewed at once.