Bar Graph


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Bar Graph

A chart with rectangles (each representing a category) placed next to each other in which the length of each rectangle represents the amount of data in each category. For example, the rectangles could represent U.S. states and their sizes may correspond to their GDP.
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4, select 6 countries from the bar graph, and plot them as a pie chart (Fig.
2001 $1,400 2002 $1,452 2003 $1,488 2004 $1,531 2005 $1,579 Note: Table made from bar graph.
agree 47% disagree 38% other 15% Note: Table made from bar graph.
2012 non-bank borrowing Used non-bank borrowing Didn't use Arkansas 68% 64% United States 30% 68% Note: Table made from bar graph.
3% 2012 $1,107 2011 $1,082 Note: Table made from bar graph.
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PROCESSES TREASURY IS CONVERTING TO ELECTRONIC Financial reports, advice 72% Disbursements 72% Internal document workflow 69% External document workflow 68% Receivables 65% International transactions 36% Note: Table made from bar graph.
A bar graph is a great way to show how the independent variables in an experiment stack up against one another.
Shopper observation Passed by, did not look 13% Looked did not stop 13% Shopped & bought 63% Shopped, did not buy 11% Actual purchase 85% Postponed purchase 15% Note: Table made from bar graph.
alone, it handles more than 110 million search queries per day (see bar graph below).
This bar graph identifies the 18 states whose population has shifted enough since the last presidential election to result in gains for some states and losses in other states.