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# bar3, bar3h

## Syntax

```bar3(tsobj)
bar3(tsobj,width)
bar3(..., '`style`')
hbar3 = bar3(...)
bar3h(...)
hbar3h = bar3h(...)
```

## Arguments

 `tsobj` Financial time series object. `width` Width of the bars and separation of bars within a group. (Default = `0.8`.) If width is `1`, the bars within a group touch one another. Values > `1` produce overlapping bars. `style` `'detached'` (default), `'grouped'`, or `'stacked'`.

## Description

`bar3, bar3h` draw three-dimensional vertical and horizontal bar charts.

`bar3(tsobj)` draws the columns of data series of the object `tsobj`. The number of data series dictates the number of vertical bars per group. Each group is the data for one particular date.

`bar3(tsobj,width)` specifies the width of the bars.

`bar3(..., 'style')` changes the style of the bar chart.

`hbar3 = bar3(...)` returns a vector of bar handles.

Use the MATLAB® command `shading`` faceted` to put edges on the bars. Use `shading flat` to turn edges off.

## Examples

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This example shows how to create a three-dimensional bar chart for Disney stock showing high, low, opening, and closing prices.

```load disney bar3(q_dis, 'stacked') title('Three-Dimensional Bar Chart of Disney Prices')```

This example shows how to create a three-dimensional, stacked bar chart for Disney stock showing high, low, opening, and closing prices.

```load disney bar3(q_dis, 'stacked') title('Three-Dimensional Bar Chart of Disney Prices (Stacked)')```

## See Also

### Topics

#### Introduced before R2006a

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