Lecture on Broken bars
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Broken bars

In certain type of data there may be wide variations in values – some values may be very small, other very large. In order to gain space for the small bars of data, the large bars may be broken.

Pictograms (Picture grams)

This method is useful in presenting statistics to  a  layman. Here, data are represented through a pictorial symbol that is carefully selected.

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