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You can try and leave obvious information without labels and small labels on the not to easy to understand information. Take a look at one of my past projects using this technique. http://dribbble.com/shots/861482-List-Elements
Definitely Option B. Since you are listing them in pairs (today and yesterday), the most distinguishing factor between the two is not the value itself, but rather what day the value represents. Why? Because it designates the beginning of a trend or a point in a trend if you were displaying more than just 2 days. When looking at the bars, one naturally ...
I would say A is preferred because users read from left to right. Equally, age is often demonstrated as in the past and therefore on the left (think of history timelines and calendars) I tried to do a quick Google for you to see what, well, Google were doing but I was only able to pull off a Salesforce and MediaPost example. Both of which demonstrate that A ...
I would just show a single bar for each channel. The bar height is the delta between today and yesterday and so can be below or above the zero line. E.g.
This seems to be a very specific problem, but what advantages are there to putting "Yesterday" after "Today". You need to have a very very good reason to violate chronological ordering, doubly so if you're going to use chronology as a large part of your legend. I just don't see it, (A) looks like a very bad idea. It certainly seems misleading, in (A) until ...
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