Present categorical data effectively with Bar Graphs

Bar graphs, also known as bar charts, are great for comparing large numbers of entities, tracking changes over time, identifying best-to-worst performers, or ranking values from largest to smallest.

A bar chart uses horizontal bars to represent the values of related categories of data: sales by product, location, or time; the relative performance of different business divisions; or survey answers ranked by Likert scale or popularity.

In a Grouped Bar chart, several bars are color coded and clustered together within each category to represent common sub-categories. Stacked Bar charts can also visualize sub-categories, but do so within each bar to show how the sub-groups contribute to the total, by absolute or percentage values.

Bar charts are similar to Column Charts (just rotated 90°) but are better for presenting large sets of data – or categories with long names – since their horizontal orientation allows for more labelling.

Select from our bar graph templates. Then, add your own data and customize their look to fit your team’s requirements:

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