- 2018年03月27日15:22 来源：小站整理作者：小站雅思编辑
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The two line charts compare the proportion of trains which were unpunctual and canceled in a particular train company in the whole October and the first three weeks of November in 2008.
As can be reflected from the first graph, starting from 20%, the number of late trains climbed to roughly one third before dropping considerably by the end of October when trains performed the best as merely 1% of them were late. Subsequently, the situation turned worse especially in the second week of November as more than half of the trains could not set out on time. After that, the figure declined, ending up with approximately 40%.
More significant variations could be spotted in the performance of canceled trains despite of a relatively lower percentage. At first, only 1% of trains were canceled, then the number soared to a peak at 7% in the following week followed by a plunge, dropping back to the same number of the first week. After some moderate ups and downs, trains canceled arrived at 4% in the end.
Overall, the problem of late trains was more serious in this train company and canceled trained had been controlled more effectively.