The graph below shows the number of enquiries received by the Tourist Information Office in one city over a six-month period in 2011.

The graph shows the dynamics of enquiries by the Tourist Information office between January and June 2011. Enquiries through telephone and in person were increasing between January and June 2011, while enquiries received through letter or email was declining.
, the questions received by
Tourist Information office
the Tourist Information office
through personal talks increased
of the period. The Tourists mostly asked the office through telephone in January 2002, with more than 800 occasions happened in that
experienced a slight decline in the following
to 800 occasions in February. In March, there was a noticeable increase by 200 occasions. The trend remained flat between March and April though a steep rise occurred in the May and still increased by 200 occasions at the end of June.
figure was higher than its counterpart in January. Tourists enquired information through personal talks was less
than the other two in January.
, in person enquiry was constantly increasing at the rate of 200 occasions in each
between January and March. There was a dramatic increase in April, the highest rate of increase among any other
between January and June. In June, in person enquiry was four times higher than in January.
The information
asked through letter or email was more than 600 occasions in January but began to decrease in the each of following
until it was plateaued in June.
, by letter enquiries were less in June than in January.
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