The graph shows the dynamics of enquiries by the Tourist Information office between January and June 2011.
On this point graph we could see the statistics of multiple enquiries received in certain city Tourist Information Office over a half a year in 2011.
Overall, the number of inquiries in person and telephone increased over the following six months, while that of inquiries by letter/email decreased steadily. Moreover, the Tourist Information Office is gotten the best of inquiry by directing to a customer in June.
This line chart depicts the received number of question through period of 6 months in 2011 by the turist information office only in one city. It si clear form the graph that the number of received massage increased in general
This line chart depicts the received number of questions through a period of 6 months in 2011 by the tourist information office only in one city. It is clear from the graph that the number of received massage increased in general
This rendered graph represents how much enquiries Tourist Information office obtained in a city in 2011 within six-months by in person, letter or email, and telephone.
The paragraph illustrates how much information from the tourist office was sent to tourism through three different methods from January 2011 to June 2011.
Over half of a year period in 2011 witnessed the change in the figures of queries collected by the Tourist Information Office.
The line graph illustrates the total tally of enquiries that have done by the tourist information office in a method of inviting in person and by letter or email or telephone in a particular city from January to June especially in 2011.
The graph shows the number of inquiries received by the tourist information office in one city over a six-month period in 2011. In January and February, the number of inquiries received by telephone with the numbers of 900 and 800 respectively, are much higher than the inquiries received by letter/email (600 and 700) and in person (780 and 420).
The graph shows the tourism information office enquires received in 2011 from January to June, comparing the enquires done “in person”, “by letter/email” and “by telephone”. The graph has a scale from 0 to 2,000 and register how many enquires they had in each month divided by type.
The line graph illustrates how many enquiries were made to a Tourist Information office in one city by phone, letter and in person from January to June in 2011.