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I agree completely with this Junk Charts entry, which presents two examples (from the Wall Street Journal on 9 Nov 2005) of bar graphs that become much much more readable when presented as line graphs. The trends are clearer, the... [Read More]

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I agree completely with this Junk Charts entry, which presents two examples (from the Wall Street Journal on 9 Nov 2005) of bar graphs that become much much more readable when presented as line graphs. The trends are clearer, the... [Read More]

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