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abscissa the distance of a point from the vertical axis of a graph as measured parallel to the horizontal axis. (Cf. ordinate.)
bar graph a graph in which numerical values of data are represented by bars of equal widths but varying lengths, also known as a bar chart.
caption a heading, title, or legend for printed matter such as a magazine article, newspaper photo, or graph. [1/4 definitions]
chart to display on a table or graph [1/6 definitions]
curve a line graph that represents a single variable affected by changing conditions. [1/7 definitions]
diagram a graph, chart, or the like. [1/4 definitions]
graph to represent or express by means of a graph. [2/5 definitions]
graphic of, related to, or represented on a graph. [1/7 definitions]
histogram a bar graph of a frequency distribution in which the frequency of a variable is represented by the height of the bar, and the class interval by the width, where each class interval is a summary of data that represents a range of independent variable values rather than a single value.
Laffer Curve a graph illustrating the theory that increasing taxes results in increased government revenue only up to a certain point, after which further tax increases discourage production and investment.
line graph a graph that plots the relationship between two variable quantities, represented on horizontal and vertical axes, by connecting their coordinate points with straight lines.
ordinate the distance of a point from the horizontal axis of a graph as measured parallel to the vertical axis. (Cf. abscissa.)
pie chart a circular graph sectioned into pielike areas that are proportional to the quantities indicated.
trough a low point on a graph, esp. a low point of a cyclic function. [1/4 definitions]
wave-form a mathematical representation of the form of a wave, usu. plotted as a graph.