# bar graph in Statistics topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbar graphˈbar graph noun [countable] HMSa bar chart

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bar graph• Breathing rhythm was established by the movement of a bar graph displayed on the computer screen.• The output was a bar graph to show how much the new input resembled each of the ten people.• This can be done on an annual basis with a bar graph which reveals the annual growth rate.• A bar graph shows present depth and maximum depth reached.• About how much of every £100 is spent on each item shown in the divided bar graph?• Underneath the bar graph are listed the inbred mouse strains or transgenics from which the analysis was made.
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