# Tag Archives: Clustered bar graph

## Clustered Bar Graphs

A clustered bar graph is a type of bar graph in which you can display multiple qualitative data variables. Unlike a bar graph where only one bin is used per marking on the x-axis, with a clustered bar graph multiple bins are grouped together. You can see from the chart on the right that these bins are […]

## Clustered Bar Graphs

A clustered bar graph, also called a grouped bar graph, is visually very similar to a “regular” bar graph, with one important difference in the data being presented: a second categorical variable is used to further break down the existing categories, thus aiding in the representation of data. A simple example of a clustered bar […]

## Clustered Bar Graphs

A clustered bar graph is a type of bar graph that allows for the display of two categorical variables. Like the typical bar graph it compares data from a sample that pertains to specific categories or attributes of a categorical variable to another property, usually a frequency, about those given attributes. The clustered effect allows […]