Definition of Graphical record
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: Graph, Graph, Graphical
Lexicographical Neighbors of Graphical Record
Literary usage of Graphical record
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Modern Engineering Practice: A Reference Library by American School (Chicago, Ill.) (1906)
"1. The table shows the readings taken during a certain boiler test recently, and the curves of Fig. 1 form the graphical record of the readings. ..."
2. First Course in Algebra: With Mental Exercises by Albert Harry Wheeler (1907)
"graphical record of the Process of Solution 43. The following device will be found to be helpful in planning and keeping record of the different steps taken ..."
3. Transactions of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1910)
"The recording mechanism can be placed in any convenient position, as, for instance, in an office, instead of near the meter, and the graphical record is ..."
4. Report of the Electric Railway Test Commission to the President of the by Henry Hutchinson Norris, Bernard Victor Swenson (1906)
"On the "Louisiana" no graphical record of speed was made, but the indications of the speed voltmeter were recorded every five seconds. ..."
5. An Elementary Book on Electricity and Magnetism and Their Applications: A by Dugald Caleb Jackson (1902)
"graphical record of Pulsating Current, The horizontal scale now, instead of being made in hours, may be more conveniently made in seconds or fractions of a ..."