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They can be displayed ...(together/ all in once ?).... for visual comparison

When you want to say something are displayed or processed or done together..

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I agree with most choices in JMB's answer; however, I would personally phrase it differently.

They can be displayed ____ for visual comparison.

Instead of emphasizing on "when" (as in "all together", or "all at once"), I believe that emphasizing on "how" makes the sentence flow better, and clearer. For example,

They can be displayed on the same page for visual comparison.
They can be displayed in the same window for visual comparison.
They can be displayed side by side for visual comparison.
They can be displayed next to each other for visual comparison. (if there are two of them)
They can be displayed next to one another for visual comparison. (more than two)

If the verb is "process", I would use a different word, simultaneously.

These tasks will be processed simultaneously.

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They can be displayed

All together

In a group

In a row

All in one area

They can be processed

At once

In one go

All together

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  • Agreed. Except that "in one go" is idiomatic in BrE but not in AmE. Aug 23 '15 at 9:58
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Concomitantly- at the same time; simultaneously

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  • Could you edit your post to provide more details? How is this used? In what contexts? Also, a reference would be helpful.
    – Em.
    Dec 21 '19 at 7:52

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