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  1. Phillip
    October 30, 2018

    Table and chart are often used interchangeably in English. Consider “Chart of Accounts,” which is a table or list of accounts. “Graph” always implies a graphic like a bar chart (bar graph). “Table” always means information (usually text) organized into rows and columns. “Chart” usually only means a graphical representation of data when preceded by an adjective like “bar chart,” “Gantt chart,” etc. When “Chart” is used on its own, it is usually synonymous with “Table.”


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