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Bar chart, data in rows command

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This command is very similar to the Bar chart command, but expects the data to be transposed: each column is for the same X (bar group), each row is for a different data set. If more than 1 row is selected, then the first row must contain either X values or non-numeric labels (as in the example below) for the X axis. If only 1 row is selected, X values will automatically be generated (0,1,2,...).


Initial plot settings

Intially the bar chart will have filled bars with amplitude labels drawn above each bar. If multiple data sets are graphed then the bars will be drawn side-by-side (as opposed to stacked). You can quickly change bar chart settings (stacked bars, amplitude labels, bar width, etc.) within DPlot by right-clicking on the chart and selecting “Bar Chart Options”.



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