
Definition of Graph
1. Noun. A visual representation of the relations between certain quantities plotted with reference to a set of axes.
Specialized synonyms: Seismogram, Characterisic Function, Characteristic Curve, Ballistocardiogram, Echoencephalogram, Echocardiogram, Cardiogram, Ecg, Ekg, Electrocardiogram, Eeg, Electroencephalogram, Encephalogram, Electroretinogram, Laffer Curve, Learning Curve, Myogram, Pattern, Radiation Diagram, Radiation Pattern, Tachogram, Thermogram, Exponential Curve
Generic synonyms: Visual Communication
Terms within: Curve
Derivative terms: Graphical
2. Verb. Represent by means of a graph. "Chart the data"
3. Verb. Plot upon a graph.
Definition of Graph
1. n. A curve or surface, the locus of a point whose coördinates are the variables in the equation of the locus.
Definition of Graph
1. Noun. A diagram displaying data; in particular one showing the relationship between two or more quantities, measurements or indicative numbers that may or may not have a specific mathematical formula relating them to each other. ¹
2. Noun. (mathematics) A diagram displaying data, in particular one showing the relationship between two or more variables; specifically, for a function $f(x\_1,\; x\_2,\; \backslash ldots,\; x\_n)$, the set of all tuples $(x\_1,\; x\_2,\; \backslash ldots,\; x\_n,\; f(x\_1,\; x\_2,\; \backslash ldots,\; x\_n))$. ¹
3. Noun. (graph theory) An ordered pair $(V,E)$, where $V$ is a set of elements called ''vertices'' (or ''nodes'') and $E$ is a set of pairs of elements of $V$, called ''edges''; informally, a set of vertices together with a set edges that join these vertices. ¹
4. Verb. (transitive) To draw a graph. ¹
5. Verb. (transitive mathematics) To draw a graph of a function. ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
Definition of Graph
1. to represent by means of a diagram [v ED, ING, S]
Medical Definition of Graph
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1. A line or tracing denoting varying values of commodities, temperatures, urinary output, etc.; more generally, any geometric or pictorial representation of measurements that might otherwise be expressed in tabular form.
2. Visual display of the relationship between two variables, in which the values of one are plotted on the horizontal axis, the values of the other on the vertical axis; threedimensional graphs that show relationships between three variables can be depicted and comprehended visually in two dimensions.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Graph
Literary usage of Graph
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1. Algebra: An Elementary Textbook, for the Higher Classes of Secondary by George Chrystal (1904)
"The graph also enables us to the same extent to solve the converse ... 1 gives
the graph of fix), and we wish to find the values of x for which f(x) = + 7. ..."
2. Analytical Mechanics for Engineers by Fred B. Seely, Newton Edward Ensign (1921)
"hr. to 30 mi./hr. in 20 sec. What is the total acceleration of the train at the
beginning and at the end of the 20sec. period? 119. Speedtime graph. ..."
3. An Elementary Treatise on Graphs by George Alexander Gibson (1905)
"Find the gradient of the line joining the two points on the graph oiy=x2 whose
... What would you suppose the gradient of the tangent to the graph at the ..."
4. College Algebra by Henry Lewis Rietz, Arthur Robert Crathorne (1919)
"This graph is also the graph of x = a«. In the graph (Fig. ... Plot the graph
oty = logio x by using tables to find logic x. 2. Plot the graph of y = logs x ..."
5. An Elementary Treatise on the Calculus: With Illustrations from Geometry by George Alexander Gibson (1901)
"Let us now consider the graph of x2 from the purely geometrical point of view.
... A point in the plane will or will not be on the graph of x2 according as ..."
6. The Monist by Hegeler Institute, Edward C. Hegeler (1905)
"Every graphinstance on a recto Area is affirmatively posited, but is posited
conditionally upon whatever may be signified by the graph on the Place of the ..."
7. New School Algebra by George Albert Wentworth (1898)
"Does the graph of the equation ax ± by = 0 pass through the origin ? Why '. ...
What is the position of a graph if its equation does not contain ж ? if its ..."