
Definition of Semilogarithmic
1. Adjective. (mathematics of graph paper) Having one logarithmic scale and one arithmetic / linear scale ¹
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Definition of Semilogarithmic
1. [adj]
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Literary usage of Semilogarithmic
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1. Graphical and Mechanical Computation by Joseph Lipka (1918)
"(semilogarithmic paper can be constructed for larger ranges of the ... The following
examples will serve to illustrate the use of semilogarithmic paper, ..."
2. Graphical and Mechanical Computation by Joseph Lipka (1918)
"(semilogarithmic paper can be constructed for larger ranges of the ... The following
examples will serve to illustrate the use of semilogarithmic paper, ..."
3. Graphical and Mechanical Computation by Joseph Lipka (1918)
"Insteadof plotting (x, logy) on ordinary coordinate paper, we may plot (x, y)
directly on semilogarithmic coordinate paper (see Art. 14). ..."
4. Graphical and Mechanical Computation by Joseph Lipka (1921)
"semilogarithmic coordinate paper. — Consider the relation v = p • q", where p
and g are any numbers. We can write this logi> = M log g + log p. ..."
5. The Changing Public Role in a Rice Economy Approaching SelfSufficiency: The by Francesco Goletti (1994)
"The consumption functions in equation (14) have been specified as semilogarithmic
functions of prices of nine food categories, and the analysis was done for ..."
6. Developments in the Asian Rice Economy by M. Sombilla, Mahabub Hossain, B. Hardy (2002)
"In estimating the longterm growth rate (fitting semilogarithmic trend ...
Source: Estimated by fitting semilogarithmic trend lines on timeseries data ..."
7. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"... hydrolyzed (6 N HC1, 24 hr, 110° under vacuum), and subjected to amino acid
analysis. Figure 1 shows a semilogarithmic plot of arginine, ..."