The main difference between bar graphs and histograms are given below:
- A bar graph is the graphical design of categorical data managing rectangular bars where the width of the individual bar is equivalent to the value they describe.
- A histogram is the graphical description of data wherever data is bunched into continuous number ranges and each range compares to a perpendicular bar.
|In the bar graph, there is equal space among every two continuous bars.
|In the histogram no space separating two progressive bars. They should be joined to each other.
|The x-axis can describe anything.
|The x-axis should serve only consecutive data that is in words of digits.