The Bar Graphs is perfect way of summarizing, displaying information, and data in a visual manner that is easy for people to read. The Bar Chart represents data in different categories or groups using the bars (rectangular 2D, 3D, or cylindrical) with lengths proportional to the values that they represent, and places them a fixed distance from one another. Bar Charts provide effective visualization of data and visual comparisons among categories. They are ideal to compare two or more values, facts, or events; and can be constructed vertically or horizontally. In a Vertical Bar Graph, a bar’s height represents the numerical value for a data series (the higher bar, the greater is its value).
Bar Graphs are visual, clear, legible and attractive; because of this they are great for use in presentations and reports, in statistics, analysis, financial sphere, and business, science.
The Bar Graphs solution enhances ConceptDraw PRO v10 functionality with templates, numerous professional-looking samples, and a library of vector stencils for drawing different types of Bar Graphs, such as Simple Bar Graph, Double Bar Graph, Divided Bar Graph, Horizontal Bar Graph, Vertical Bar Graph, and Column Bar Chart.
The samples you see on this page were created in ConceptDraw PRO using templates provided with the “Bar Graphs” solution. These documents demonstrate some of the solution's capabilities, and the results you can achieve.
All source documents are vector graphic documents. They are available for reviewing, modifying or converting to a variety of formats (Bitmap Image, PDF, PowerPoint Presentation or MS Visio) from the ConceptDraw Solution Park. The “Bar Graphs” solution is available for all ConceptDraw PRO v10 users.
Template: Bar Chart
This Bar Chart template helps create a professional-looking Bar Chart in a few seconds. Simply fill the table with your data and chart will be redrawn automatically. The accordance of colors is saved on the chart, at the table and legend.
Example 1: Changes in Price Indices
This example was created in ConceptDraw PRO using the Bar Charts Library from the Bar Charts Solution. An experienced user spent 20 minutes creating this sample.
A double bar chart is a good choice to compare more than one kind of information. All you need to do is place the correct labels to make sure everyone can interpret the chart accurately.
Example 2: Amino Acid Composition of Complete UniProt Database
This example was created in ConceptDraw PRO using the Bar Charts Library from the Bar Charts Solution. An experienced user spent 3 minutes creating this sample.
This Bar Chart illustrates the amino acid composition of the UniProt database which is a unified worldwide database of protein sequence and function. Even a very simple diagram might be the cornerstone of your presentation. Feel free using colors to highlight your main ideas.
Example 3: Global Competitiveness Index Infrastructure Score
This example was created in ConceptDraw PRO using the Bar Charts Library from the Bar Charts Solution. An experienced user spent 10 minutes creating this sample.
A bar chart is simple to use and understand. You can make it even simpler by accenting columns with different colors. Then you can be sure everyone who read your diagram will get your idea.
Example 4: Bar Graph — The Most Spoken Languages of the World
This example was created in ConceptDraw PRO using the Bar Charts Library from the Bar Charts Solution. An experienced user spent 30 minutes creating this sample.
The horizontal bar chart in this example shows the most-oft spoken languages of the world. This is a good example of how to provide as much information as you in one diagram and make the diagram as interesting to read for 15 seconds as it is for 15 minutes.
Example 5: 3D Bar Graph — Number of Members in the CNT between 1911 and 1937
This example was created in ConceptDraw PRO using the Bar Charts Library from the Bar Charts Solution. An experienced user spent 5 minutes creating this sample.
This Bar Graph was created using the predesigned 3D cylindrical vector object. When you have very few categories and plenty of space on the diagram, you can use text labels directly on an object to add more information and detail. In some cases, text labels can make a diagram complex and hard to read.