Range Bar Chart

While the Range Bar Chart is similar to the regular Bar Chart, the difference is that the latter plots X-axis values one by one whereas the former, the Range Bar Chart, uses two X-axis values at a time – Low and High. Data points are built starting from the minimum values. As a result, each bar shows the difference between the maximum and minimum values in the corresponding category. Range Bar Charts can display more than one series. If there are several series in this graph, data points will group in their categories, which also is very convenient for comparing several variables.
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