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Bar graphs also used for more complex comparisons of data with grouped bar charts and stacked bar charts. Bar graph worksheets contain counting objects, graphing by coloring, comparing tally marks, creating the graph, reading a bar graph, double bar graph, drawing the bar graph to represent the data and more.

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With Bar Diagrams by iMathics, bar charts and line charts can be created easily and intuitively.With the new print function the charts can be printed directly from the iPhone or iPad.

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Because it can be displayed in the bar chart and calculation results, you will have a good idea of ​​the data intuitively.- Button operation sound is enabled.

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