What Is An Interval In A Bar Graph?


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Andrew Jorge answered

This would apply to the x-axis, assuming your histogram has vertical bars. Bin size is not the space, but the size of the interval.

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A bar graph consists of measurements depicted as bars.  Each bar represents a 'bin' with a value that determines the height of the bar.  The interval is simply the increment from one bar to its nearest neighboring bar. 

Let's say the following bar graph is the number of apples of a certain size.  1", 2", 3", 4" etc.  The interval is one inch.  And obviously in this graph, there's a lot of small apples and very few big ones.


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Anonymous answered
What is a good interval for a bar graph with a range of 0-5 when there is 20 items?
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Anonymous answered
Its a stupid number. Listen to the Math lesson already.

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