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New in SwiftUI 4: Stacked Bar Chart

Stacked Bar Charts are used when we want to show comparisons between categories. Typically, the bars are proportional to the values they represent and can be plotted either horizontally or vertically. One axis of the chart shows the specific categories being compared, and the other axis represents discrete values.

Today, we will build a stacked bar chart using Apple’s newly introduced Charts Framework…

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