Statistical information presented visually, using lines or bars to represent values.
represent by means of a graph; "chart the data"
a far more efficient way to represent and perceive it, and in this study I have argued that three-dimensional objects can fulfill a similar purpose
a layout composed of one or more trace sets
a more specific kind of chart that represents a series of changing quantities
a nice method for comprehensible visualization of complex structures
a pictorial representation of a set of data
a pictorial representation of ordered pairs of numbers
a pictorial representation of the data recorded on the data table
a representation of all x and y values that can make the equation true
a symbolic representation of a network and of its connectivity
a two-dimensional representation of data
a visual representation of how one quantity changes in relation to another
a way to represent data visually
A pictorial representation of information or relationships between numbers.
Lines, bars, or other pictorial representations of data. Graphs are useful for showing the trends and directions of data. If exact values must be listed, a table is usually superior.
A way to show quantitative data visually, using a system of coordinates.
A visual representation of data
A pictorial representation of a numerical relation, where each ordered pair in the relation corresponds to a point in the plane, with the two numbers corresponding to the horizontal and vertical displacement from the origin, respectively.
a visual representation of a relationship between variables
A graph is an image or chart representation used to show a numerical relationship.