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thomas

would you annotate inside this chart too if you have no other choice?

MW

"all of the 4-star restaurants hiked their prices..." Looking at Sifton's chart, it looks like there is only 1 restaurant in the 4-star category. So doesn't that make your right-most bar a little deceptive?

Tom West

I'd take the first chart, and make the vertical percentage rather than horizontal. Then I'd make the width iof the bars proportional to the number of reviews.

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