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I was taught that line graphs should only be used for continuously varying data, whereas bars should be used for discrete values. In this instance the time spent per day is a discrete measure (unless maybe you're working a 24-hour day) so bar is "correct". Whether pie or bar depends on whether it's the ratios of the different types or their absolute sizes you want to illustrate; though it's possible to show both in a pie chart by having different sized pies, of course.
Options are available. Always. And they can be counted. And they can be numbered. And the user can choose them by their number. And it shall be good.
Easy pill to swallow, options.
Thank-you Dr. Nefario!
Oh, and I forgot something. Each interface shall have it's own help tome associated with it's use. And that extensive collection of non-video tutorial pages shall have images upon which one shall be able to hover with one's mouse and receive more information in contextual text message. And clicking upon sub-image locations one shall be directed to pertinent and whole help pages where related images reside and they shall be contextual as well. And there shall be no advertisement. And then the most good shall come in the final help file link where searching might be done in non-indexed suggestive search-in-search returns so that it shall be possible to find that one words meaning so that it shall rule all meanings.
The guarantee is mandatory in law and can't be circumvented. The warranty is optional and provided by the vendor (or manufacturer). In the real world the vendor will focus on the warranty and claim that is the be-all-end-all as the warranty is usually easier to wriggle out of, however the warranty is in addition to the guarantee, it doesn't replace it.
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
Help me to understand what I'm saying, and I'll explain it better to you
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