a representation of data in which the length of a rectangle or bar is used to represent a numerical amount; a bar graph typically has spaces between the bars; for example

Graph, which uses bars to show the rate of change instead of another quantity, such as time, by the length of bars representing quantity or value. Useful to visualize how closely actual activity matches original goals.

A graph with horizontal or vertical bars, commonly used to show the values of unrelated items.

A graphic representation of a set of values shown as a series of rectangles. The bigger the value, the longer the rectangle.

A graph that contains bars that represent specified numeric values.

(n) A graph (usually 2-D) in which one dimension represents the independent variable and the other represents the dependent variable. The magnitude of the dependent variable is represented by a line or area of uniform width (a bar).

A visual representation of horizontal and vertical bars or lines to represent data.

A special graph using rectangular bars to show data.

(1) A graph in which horizontal or vertical bars represent data.

a chart with bars whose lengths are proportional to quantities

a chart that display quantitative information by means of vertical or horizontal bars

a collection of individual bars aligned along an axis, where the height of each bar is proportional to some data value

an extension of these graphs

A graphical display representing data in different categories or groups. The length of a rectangle or bar is used to represent the numerical amount.

A graph using parallel bars (vertical or horizontal) which are proportional lengths to represent data.

A graph used to display nominal data, which are sets of data representing discrete catagories such as men and women, and dogs and cats (for example, a bar graph could be used to show how many men wore hats on Tuesday, and then Wednesday).

A graph that uses bars to show data.

(noun) A graphical way of showing quantitative comparisons by using rectangular shapes with lengths proportional to the measure of what is being compared.

A graph in which the lengths of horizontal or vertical bars represent the magnitude of the data represented.

In Performance Tools, a graph consisting of several bars of equal width. The value of the dependent variable is indicated by the height of each bar.

A graph representing values as bars, where the length of the bars reflect the values.

a 2-dimensional picture that consists of individual rectangles(or bars).

the depiction of a score using horizontal line. Bar graphs display the overall average as a single bar and display average scores from various respondent groups as a series of bars.

A graph using parallel bars (vertical or horizontal) of varying lengths to represent comparative quantities.

A graph that uses horizontal or vertical bars to display data.