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Bar charts

A bar chart looks a bit like the skyline of a city with lots of skyscrapers. (They can also be sideways-on, so they look like a picture of a skyline with skyscrapers going sideways.) Each of the skyscrapers (bars) represents a group or a category – say, the number of people with green eyes or the percentage of late trains in a particular month.

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