I was thinking about creating and adding a figure to one of my answers. I'd use data from a referenced source to create that figure, which would probably take the form of a bar chart or something similar. Is this considered original research? I've found this answer to the FAQ: "What constitutes original research?". It states:
Answers are original research when they perform non-trivial analysis of available data and present a novel result which requires specialist expertise to review. It is acceptable to provide a collection of evidence, but not to apply non-trivial calculations that require a community of experts to evaluate. (This also includes the use of non-trivial Internet-based tools.)
So, is creating a bar chart or a similar figure considered a "non-trivial analysis"?