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intervals = 24
1*535, 2*590, 3*670, 4*766, 5*853, 6*918, 7*929, 8*879, 9*794, 10*704, 11*613, 12*546, 13*535, 14*590, 15*670, 16*766, 17*853, 18*918, 19*929, 20*879, 21*794, 22*704, 23*613, 24*546
J, F, M, A, M, J, J, A, S, O, N, D, J, F, M, A, M, J, J, A, S, O, N, D

mm of rain in Genoa

You can start the columns from a value other than 0 (in the following example - body temperature, twice a day - from 35).

intervals = 19
1*36.5, 2*40, 3*39.6, 4*40.2, 5*39, 6*39.8, 7*38.3, 8*38.5, 9*37.9, 10*39.9, 11*39.6, 12*40.3, 13*39.8, 14*37.3, 15*36.9, 16*37.2, 17*36.7, 18*37, 19*36.6
1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B, 4A, 4B, 5A, 5B, 6A, 6B, 7A, 7B, 8A, 8B, 9A, 9B, 10A

Once a diagram has been built, if you press the "CLICK here" that appears, you can make another diagram without losing this one. Here are some graphs made this way, in windows of equal size.

```A - MI
1*58.7,2*49.2,3*65.0,4*75.5,5*95.5,6*66.7,7*66.8,8*88.8,9*93.1,10*122.4,11*76.7,12*61.7
G, F, M, A, M, G, L, A, S, O, N, D
B - PA
1*97.5,2*109.9,3*78.2,4*65.1,5*36.2,6*17.9,7*6.7,8*31.8,9*65.3,10*105.6,11*117.5,12*123.7
C - GE
1*101.8,2*74.0,3*81.7,4*88.0,5*72.4,6*58.2,7*24.2,8*69.3,9*136.4,10*171.3,11*108.8,12*93.1
D - BZ
1*23.5,2*22.8,3*36.9,4*50.2,5*75.2,6*84.6,7*92.3,8*86.2,9*70.9,10*84.4,11*49.9,12*34.6
```

The millimeters of rain that fell on average between 1971 and 2000, in the various months of the year, in the cities of Bolzano, Genoa, Milan and Palermo. The summer months are those in which it rains less in the cities near the sea and it rains more in the mountain towns. In the plain cities the trend is intermediate. It rains less in the southern seaside towns. On the other hand, Genoa, as it should be known, has a high rainfall peak in autumn.

Multiple histograms can be made with the same scale. An example: the percentage distributions of employees in the various sectors in two different years. How to get the pair of histograms below on the left. Remember that
indicates a "new line" (break).

```Data:
1*62, 2*22, 3*16, 4*0, 5*4, 6*28, 7*68
Names:
1901-A ,I , S, , 2011-A, I, S
Title:
Lavoratori in<br>Agricoltura, Industria, Servizi```

Above on the right the line at the 50 level is also represented. How can lines be placed at the various levels? Let's look at the following figures.

```Data:
1*62, 2*22, 3*16, 4*0, 5*4, 6*28, 7*68, 8*0, 9*50
Names:
1901-A ,I , S, , 2011-A, I, S, ,```

With the previous commands I added a column 50 high. I copied the image into a drawing application and drew a gray vertical line. I copied the line on the top base of the 50 high column and deleted the 50 high column. Then I deleted the "0". If you want, you can rotate the image 90° counterclockwise.