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Množina reči bar chart je bar charts.
A type of graphic in which data items are shown as rectangular bars. The bars may be displayed either vertically or horizontally and may be distinguished from one another by color or by some type of shading or pattern. Positive and negative values may be shown in relation to a zero baseline. Two types of bar charts are common: a standard bar chart, in which each value is represented by a separate bar, and a stacked bar chart, in which several data points are “stacked” to produce a single bar. See the illustration. Also called: bar graph. A chart with bars whose lengths are proportional to quantities; SYN. bar graph.
In statistics, a way of displaying data, using horizontal or vertical bars. The heights or lengths of the bars are proportional to the quantities they represent.