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1A diagram showing the relation between variable quantities, typically of two variables, each measured along one of a pair of axes at right angles.

*‘In fact, all the real values are already in the graph along the x axis also called the real axis.’**‘These personnel also undertook much of the preparation of the visual evidential aids such as isographs, histograms, graphs, bar charts, photographs, tables, as built programmes and overlays.’**‘You can chart variables on a graph and look at speed, power (a calculated estimate), temperature and altitude.’**‘He notes that the pair provide graphs but no statistical analysis of their data.’**‘The graph above shows the ‘survival curves’, which shows how long patients survived in each group.’**‘And just last fortnight the country's leading economic newspaper produced a page full of pie charts and graphs devoted to tracking bumps and dips in consumer viewing.’**‘I've seen the pie charts and graphs so there's no arguing with their facts and findings.’**‘I think it's very useful to have simple pie charts and graphs telling a colour-coded story.’**‘No amount of surveys, graphs and pie charts will ever make me understand why this occurs.’**‘It is easier to see what is happening if we plot the ratios on a graph.’**‘In general the text is slowed by frequent resort to lists of statistics that would be conveyed more effectively in a simple graph or diagram.’**‘Bar charts, bar graphs, pie charts, or other charts and graphs are one of the most common methods of displaying information of various kinds.’**‘I can download data on to my PC for an intensive analysis, complete with color-coded graphs and bar charts.’**‘The data may be visual, ie., images, charts, graphs, or diagrams or a written description.’**‘Error bars in the graphs reflect the standard deviation of 10 repeated runs.’**‘The tool should also be able to generate a report easily through graphs and diagrams of the data and their relationships.’**‘Their eyes teeming with concentration searched the graphs and numbers on the screen intently as the information changed second by second.’**‘Indeed, an accompanying bar graph illustrated what many of us have suspected all along.’**‘The inset graph shows the initial rate of water loss from these samples.’**‘However, the manually plotted graphs were time consuming and susceptible to drafting errors.’*

View synonyms**chart**, diagram, grid- 1.1Mathematics A collection of points whose coordinates satisfy a given relation.
*‘Otherwise, the implication is that the use of coordinate graphs simply adds to the learner's syntactic translational problem.’**‘A directed graph is a collection of nodes and edges.’**‘Links on the Web and citation relations between scientific articles can both be described as mathematical graphs.’**‘For a time there was controversy over this issue, but it's now clear that the threshold phenomena in graphs and other mathematical structures are genuine phase transitions.’**‘The second form is based on walks over complete graphs and offers numerically tractable solutions for an increasing number of taxa.’*

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[with object]Plot or trace on a graph.

*‘A frequency ranking of student graphing errors indicates that graphing problems are related to a combination of factors involving the software, the student, and the instruction.’**‘Specifically, we graphed a 3-day moving average of temperatures.’**‘The data is then graphed in an x - y comparison plot.’**‘By graphing these responses, the team worked out the exact size of each subject's working memory.’**‘However, graphing the data this way also further separates the data in the wrong direction.’**‘Median scores were graphed by class for all survey administration times.’**‘Incidentally, I graphed the statistics for US passports issued per year.’**‘The fourth recommendation advocates the use of mathematical software or graphing calculators.’**‘In the next graph the monthly price of Gold is graphed versus the U.S. money supply.’**‘I was in my usual spot in the library, graphing an inverse parabola, when a shadow fell over me.’**‘Some or all of the statistics should be graphed over time.’**‘One fourth grade teacher designed the following mathematics project to incorporate measurement, statistics and graphing.’**‘Students can use graphing calculators or computers to solve calculus problems and to explore many different kinds of mathematical behavior.’**‘Statistical software with graphing capabilities is readily available and easy to use.’**‘We carefully examined each of the 134 graphs and tallied errors on a checklist of common graphing errors we developed.’**‘Distributions of important variables were graphed and summary statistics calculated.’**‘I went back to my own locker and spent the next hour and a half working on a sheet of old Kinetics equations and graphing exponential functions to get me ready for class.’**‘Time series data such as changes in the elevation of Lake Michigan over the year, or changes in the number of bacteria per ml over a day, should be graphed as a line graph.’**‘The profile summarizes students' strengths and weaknesses and facilitates interpretation of the data, by graphing the scores from the scoring form.’**‘There are also some related activities, such as organizing the derivative values in a table and graphing the results, that the students perform by hand with paper and pencil.’*

View synonyms**plot**, trace, draw up, delineate

**Origin**

Late 19th century abbreviation of graphic formula.

**Pronunciation**

### noun

LinguisticsA visual symbol representing a unit of sound or other feature of speech. Graphs include not only letters of the alphabet but also punctuation marks.

*‘The initial step is the conversion of the word sequences to a phoneme transcription graph.’**‘For example, many children's names contain trigraphs and digraphs and graphs that represent phonemes other than those taught as "the appropriate sound".’**‘In the present invention, the lexical graph has phoneme branches.’*

**Origin**

1930s from Greek graphē ‘writing’.

**Pronunciation**

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