You can choose from the following bar chart options.
Use to compare categories of data. Each bar represents a category. The following example compares quarterly hard savings year-to-date.
Use to compare sub-categories of data. Each cluster of bars represents a category, divided into sub-categories. Sub-categories are the bars within a cluster. The following example compares quarterly hard savings by belt level.
Use to compare the contribution of each sub-category to a category's total. Each bar represents the category total, divided into stacked sub-categories. The following example shows how much each belt level contributes to total quarterly savings.
Use to compare the percent contribution of each sub-category across the categories. Each bar represents a category, scaled to 100% and divided into stacked sub-categories. This bar chart option shows the percent contribution from each sub-category. The following example shows which belt level contributes the most to total quarterly savings.
Use to show data trends, typically over time. The following example shows monthly hard savings year-to-date.
Use to show the proportion of each category relative to the total of all categories. Each slice represents a category. The following example shows the proportion of quarterly hard savings relative to the total hard savings for the year.