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Can you explain how the number of blue bars for each indicator is calculated please?

Can you explain how the number of blue bars for each indicator is calculated please?
Answered by Alison Patterson
The bars are just a means of visually scenting the information so that it's easier to scan down, rather than an accurate indicator. It's also worth noting that the numbers in the table are rounded down, which can often hide a small difference in the base data e.g. 3.94 versus 3.95

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