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Slider Charts

Slider charts are often used in comparing two sets of data against high or low usage and or outcome. Notice the example in Figure 5.32 comparing Adult versus Young consumers as applied to the digital economy. The questions are in alignment with each slider from low to high, the adults are denoted by an oval with the letter A, and the young consumers are also denoted by an oval with the letter Y. The cumulative effect of each is called out to the right of the slider bar.

Figure 5.32. Use drawing objects to slide along a low to high usage bar for visual slider charts.



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