bar graph


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bar graph

[′bär ‚graf]
(statistics)
A diagram of frequency-table data in which a rectangle with height proportional to the frequency is located at each value of a variate that takes only certain discrete values. Also known as bar chart; rectangular graph.
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This bar graph has maximal clarity and would make a good published figure or slide in a presentation.
Your Turn: Use the information in the data table to help you complete the bar graph.
A Welsh Lib Dems spokesman said the bar graph used in the leaflets had been circulating for a year and showed the proportion of council seats per party in the Wrexham constituency.
IOU 880 Municipal 941 Co-op 1,163 Note: Table made from bar graph.
The first example is a horizontal bar graph, produced using formulas.
As thousands looked on, two young people called to the outdoor stage by Clinton pulled a string attached to the bar graph banner, which unveiled a section showing that the deficit had dropped to $107.
The bar graph is a convenient way to display changing data over a period of time.
Key products include standard through-hole lamps, surface-mount LEDs, flash LEDs, various displays, light bar and bar graph arrays.
CMO/CSO Analytical Testing 21 Product Formulation and Scale-up 21 Clinical Packaging 14 Commercial Packaging 14 API Process Development 10 Solid Dosage Manufacturing 9 APIs and Advanced Intermediates 8 Parenteral Manufacturing 7 Note: Table made from bar graph.
2012 Credit Card Shopping Compared cards Did not compare Arkansas 34% 33% United States 60% 61% Source: FINRA investor Education Foundation Note: Table made from bar graph.
CASE GOODS RETAIL SALES IN MILLIONS 2011 $17,200 2012 $17,544 %CHANGE +2% Note: Table made from bar graph.
ANNUAL MEETINGS AND THE SHAREHOLDER Importance of the annual meeting as a corporate governance tool 38% Very import ant 35% Somewhat important 25% Not very important 2% Not at all important Note: table made from bar graph.