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a chart with bars whose lengths are proportional to quantities

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Bar graphs, on the other hand, present comparative data for multiple entries.
When a visual representation of the results for discontinuous variables is desired, 2 commonly used approaches are bar graphs and pie charts.
By simply using a computer, an Internet connection and a phone line, users can make sales presentations, present financial information in a spread sheet, interact with CAD programs, share ideas with PowerPoint(R) presentations and Web pages, conduct polls with results displayed in bar graphs, send messages, and remotely share desktops.
In addition, Salesnet Extended users can now view a fully customizable Dashboard that displays bar graphs and pie charts of sales and marketing data.
By simply using a computer, Internet connection and phone line, users can make sales presentations, display financial information in a spreadsheet, share ideas with PowerPoint presentations and Web pages, conduct polls with results displayed in bar graphs, and send instant messages.
For that kind of data, bar graphs are the way to go.
They can then generate pie charts, bar graphs and fever graphs showing traffic by types -- so the CIO can readily see how much of the pipe is consumed by mission-critical traffic versus routine network maintenance or even recreational network use.
Bar graphs are the way to go when the variable you are changing (the independent variable) is discrete, meaning it comes in different types with no types in between.
Recognized around the world as the best-of-breed high-volume composition engine for the production of high-quality personalized documents, Color CompuSet(R) features full-page composition, dynamic pie charts, bar graphs, and marketing color photo inclusion.