Component bar chart, Advanced Statistics

Component bar chart: A bar chart which shows the component parts of the aggregate represented by the whole length of the bar. The component parts are shown as the sectors of bar with the lengths in proportion to their comparative size. Shading or colour can be used to improve the display. The below drawn figure is an example of it

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