Bar Graph

The bar graph is a chart that is used to represent the comparison of categorized data. It has parallel rectangular bars which have the same width but different lengths. These bars display the grouped data. Each rectangular block represents a specific category, and they are arranged in such a way in a bar that they do not touch each other. Bar diagrams can be both vertical and horizontal. It contains two axes: one axis displays the categories while the other is to display the discrete value of data.

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