You made a GRAPH?! You’re so cool!
I think I’m going to suggest that goodreads should make graphs a standard feature of their platform as well. I’ve been trying out using Mint to track budgety/money stuff and I love that they’ll do all these graphs for you based on categories you decide.
I love the graph and may need to steal your idea. I would love to know my book break-down.
Thank you! I googled “bar graph” real quick and used this: http://nces.ed.gov/nceskids/graphing/classic/bar.asp.
Next time I think I would search for something a little more 21st century though, haha.
Thanks for sharing, I will give it a shot!
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