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## How do you write a report on a bar graph?

Report structure Like the line graphs, your report should be structured simply with an introduction, body and conclusion. Tenses should be used appropriately. Use two standard opening sentences to introduce the graph and your report. These opening sentences should make up the first paragraph.

**How do you write a report on a graph?**

Before you Begin

- Underline key words. Write related words – turn nouns into verbs, verbs into nouns, adjectives into adverbs, etc. Write opposite words, similar words, synonyms, etc.
- Circle and highlight the graph. Use arrows.
- Identify trends. A trend is the overall idea of the graph.
- While You Write: Some Don’ts.

### How do you write an introduction for a bar graph?

- Paraphrase the information for the introduction.
- shows = illustrates.
- average = typical.
- expenditure = amount of money spent.
- monthly = each month.
- Give the units if necessary.
- Put key features together in the overview.
- The overview is usually a separate paragraph.

**How do you describe a bar chart?**

A bar chart uses either horizontal or vertical bars to show comparisons among two or more categories. One axis of the chart shows the specific categories being compared, and the other axis represents a given value (usually a percentage or a dollar amount).

#### How do you describe a bar graph example?

Bar graphs are used to show relationships between different data series that are independent of each other. In this case, the height or length of the bar indicates the measured value or frequency. Below, you can see the example of a bar graph which is the most widespread visual for presenting statistical data.

**What is a bar graph explain with an example?**

A bar chart is a graph with rectangular bars. The graph usually compares different categories. For example, if you had two houses and needed budgets for each, you could plot them on the same x-axis with a grouped bar chart, using different colors to represent each house. See types of bar graphs below.

## Why would you use a bar graph?

Bar graphs are used to compare things between different groups or to track changes over time. However, when trying to measure change over time, bar graphs are best when the changes are larger.

**What is the importance of bar graph?**

Bar graphs are an extremely effective visual to use in presentations and reports. They are popular because they allow the reader to recognize patterns or trends far more easily than looking at a table of numerical data.

### What type of data is used in a bar graph?

Bar graphs are one of the many techniques used to present data in a visual form so that the reader may readily recognize patterns or trends. Bar graphs usually present categorical and numeric variables grouped in class intervals. They consist of an axis and a series or labeled horizontal or vertical bars.

**How do you name a bar graph?**

The proper form for a graph title is “y-axis variable vs. x-axis variable.” For example, if you were comparing the the amount of fertilizer to how much a plant grew, the amount of fertilizer would be the independent, or x-axis variable and the growth would be the dependent, or y-axis variable.

#### What is a histogram vs bar graph?

Histograms are used to show distributions of variables while bar charts are used to compare variables. Histograms plot quantitative data with ranges of the data grouped into bins or intervals while bar charts plot categorical data.

**How do you describe the trend of a graph?**

Describing language of a graph

- UP: increase / rise / grow / went up / soar / double / multiply / climb / exceed /
- DOWN: decrease / drop / fall / decline / plummet / halve / depreciate / plunge.
- UP & DOWN: fluctuate / undulated / dip /
- SAME: stable (stabilised) / levelled off / remained constant or steady / consistent.

## What are example of trends?

The definition of a trend is a general direction or something popular. An example of trend is a northern moving coastline. An example of trend is the style of bell bottom jeans.

**How do you explain a trend?**

A trend is the general direction in which something is developing or changing over time. A projection is a prediction of future change. Trends and projections are usually illustrated using line graphs in which the horizontal axis represents time.

### What are the 3 types of trend analysis?

Consumer or market trend analysis can be categorized into three types: geographic, which is analyzing trends within a group that is defined by their geographic location; temporal, or analyzing trends over a specific period of time; and, intuitive, or analyzing trends based on demographic and behavioral patterns and/or …

**How do you interpret a graph?**

To interpret a graph or chart, read the title, look at the key, read the labels. Then study the graph to understand what it shows. Read the title of the graph or chart. The title tells what information is being displayed.

#### How do you write a Trend Report?

How to Write a Trend Report

- Begin With Insights. Write a summary at the beginning of your trend report.
- Define Your Data. Write complete descriptions of the tools you used to reach your trend conclusions, which should follow the synopsis.
- Develop Charts.
- Tie It All Together.

**How do I accept or reject trends?**

Accepting or rejecting a trend is purely a matter of personal choice. You can even consider setting your trend. It is advisable to accept a trend only if you are wholly satisfied with what it has to offer. If you make the decision half-heartedly, you will feel a misfit and not be comfortable with your choice.

## What is Trend Analysis example?

Examples of Trend Analysis Examining sales patterns to see if sales are declining because of specific customers or products or sales regions; Examining expenses report claims for proof of fraudulent claims. Forecast revenue and expense line items into the future for budgeting for estimating future results.

**How do you explain trend analysis?**

What Is Trend Analysis? Trend analysis is a technique used in technical analysis that attempts to predict future stock price movements based on recently observed trend data. Trend analysis is based on the idea that what has happened in the past gives traders an idea of what will happen in the future.

### How do you use the Trend formula?

Here are the steps to follow:

- Put the X values for which you want predictions in a column of cells, such as B8:B10.
- Select the cells in which you want the predictions displayed; in this example C8:C10.
- Enter the following formula: =TREND(C3:C8,B3:B8,B10:B12)
- Press Ctrl+Shift+Enter to complete the formula.

**How do you explain data trends?**

The following verbs can be used to describe a trend or pattern that goes down.

- decline (past: declined)
- decrease (past: decreased)
- drop (past: dropped)
- fall (past: fell)
- go down (past: went down)
- plummet (past: plummeted) = to fall or drop suddenly in amount or value.

#### How do you identify a certain trend?

The most common way to identify trends is using trendlines, which connect a series of highs or lows. Uptrend: If you can connect a series of chart low points sloping upward, you have an uptrend. An uptrend is always characterized by higher highs and higher lows.

**How do you describe a time series graph?**

A time series graph is a line graph of repeated measurements taken over regular time intervals. Time is always shown on the horizontal axis. On time series graphs data points are drawn at regular intervals and the points joined, usually with straight lines.

## How do you describe the trend of a line graph?

The y-value of each point generally increases as the x-value increases. We can add a trend line to this graph by adding a line that goes through the middle of the points. Notice that the trend line has a positive slope.

**How do you describe a function from a graph?**

Defining the Graph of a Function. The graph of a function f is the set of all points in the plane of the form (x, f(x)). We could also define the graph of f to be the graph of the equation y = f(x). So, the graph of a function if a special case of the graph of an equation.

### What does a positive trend line mean?

line of best fit

**How do you summarize a graph?**

The following paragraphs should describe the main patterns or trends in more detail. Use precise vocabulary like steadily declined and a sharp increase to describe trends. Use linking expressions like while and in contrast to make comparisons. The question asks you only to ‘Summarise the information’.