Bar Chart Sample

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BAR CHART
A Bar Chart is used to present categorical data in a graph format. It consists of bars (rectangles) of equal width separated by spaces. Each bar represents a category of the
variable. The heights of the bars are proportional to the frequencies or percentages they represent. Bar Charts may be created in conjunction with Frequency Tables or by
selection from the Graphs Main Menu item. In the former case a simple bar chart will be created for each Frequency Table requested. In the latter case individual Bar Charts are
created and one may specify certain chart features, such as titles, prior to the chart’s creation. Once created graphs and charts may be modified/enhanced through use of the Chart
Editor. Bar Charts assume a number of different formats, including Simple, Clustered and Stacked.
DATA: Employee data.sav
STEPS:
1) METHOD 1: Menu Bar => Analyze => Descriptive Statistics => Frequencies => select variables => Charts button => select Chart Type => Continue => Okay
2) METHOD 2: Menu Bar => Graphs => Bar => select options and variables => Okay
BAR CHART EXAMPLE 1: MEHTOD 1 - Obtain a Simple Bar Chart of the variable ‘JOBCAT as part of the output for a Frequency Table.
Dialog Box Input: From within the Frequencies dialog box select the Charts button. SPSS Output: Bar Chart of ‘JOBCAT (in addition to the frequency table)
Select the Bar chart option.
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