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Worst bar chart ever? – World’s Most Expensive Places to Have Sxx

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Environmental Graffiti should get the award for “worst possible bar chart ever” for this unbelievable piece of art…

Image (c) of Environmental Graffiti

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Who said bar charts are only for serious data interpretation, they can be used to have such fun 🙂

Also read Garr Reynold’s comments on this as well. Happy Thursday.. 🙂

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2 Responses to “Worst bar chart ever? – World’s Most Expensive Places to Have Sxx”

  1. Jon Peltier says:

    Maybe this is what Seth Godin was thinking of when he said No Bar Charts

  2. Chandoo says:

    @Jon.. may be.. 🙂 But I cant imagine having such data in Piecharts, that would be outrageous...

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