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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 embedded grouped vertical bar chart shows perceived improvement in the information literacy tutorials between 2013 and 2014.
Categorizations of bar chart images refer to their labeling into one of the predefined geometrical or nongeometrical classes.
Bar charts can also be used to compare different levels of activity for certain items.
A fighter squadron I worked with a few years ago reported monthly mission-capable (MC) rates on a bar chart. For 4 consecutive months, its rates measured better than the command standard.
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.
The presentation of data in the form of bar charts makes it easy to identify discrepancies.
* A CPA CAN CHOOSE FROM THESE common chart types: pie chart, horizontal bar chart, vertical bar chart or horizontal line chart, vertical column chart or histogram frequency distribution chart and scatter diagram.
For Christina Ashworth, the bottom line is not `the outputs, bar charts, buildings and services' so much as doing things `in a way that enhances people's dignity and makes them feel included and respected'.
It includes full-color 3D stacked bar charts and allows you to create your own reports in the Report Designer.
Categories of data can be displayed as pie charts or bar charts, as well as a full array of other statistical charts, facilitating immediate communication about the data.
A time series shown with bar charts should be shown with vertical, rather than horizontal bars.
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.