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Friday, August 21, 2009

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Chris
0 #1 I don't understand...Chris 2009-09-09 13:00:45
...the bottom bar chart. What does this chart try to show? The legend doesn't make sense to me: the orange and blue are asking questions that are answered by percentages. Am I just being thick, in my post-lunch stupor?
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0 #2 It's not youoregonbusiness.com 2009-09-09 14:00:46
As they say, "it's not you, it's us." Thanks for catching that. We accidentally cropped off the bottom of the graphic. We've re-loaded the image at a bigger size to increase legibility, hope that helps.
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Chris
0 #3 ThanksChris 2009-09-09 15:02:41
Your fix does a couple of things: lets me know I'm still relatively sane and clarifies the point(s) being made.
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