diagram diagram  /ˈdaɪ ə ˌɡræm/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) a drawing intended to explain how something works; a drawing showing the relation between the parts
  2. (v) make a schematic or technical drawing of that shows interactions among variables or how something is constructed

Usage(s):

  1. Walk of life A chronology of the first appearance of various life-forms on earth This article contains a complex diagram.
  2. He may even point to the chess diagram he drew in a notebook, each square marked with a date: 61 were filled in, three short of the entire chessboard.
  3. Heaven is a diagram, abstract and dull, of seven concentric circles.

News

  1. DNA Automation System offers applications to boost usability.

    With Alarm Shelving application, operators of Metso DNA Automation System can temporarily prevent alarm from being displayed when it is being a nuisance. Shelved alarm will be removed from alarm list and will not show until it is un-shelved. Function test, featuring automatic data collection, shows function block diagram with live values from real or virtual running environment, helping to solve ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: ThomasNet

  2. It's Dude-itors All the Way Down

    In the middle of the Venn diagram between the glass ceiling, the vanilla ceiling , and chilled out dude-itors , you'll find the cover of the summer issue of Port . There, staring back at you, are the patriarchs-in-chief of some of the most influential American print magazines, which, if you believe them, have the same staying power as the human species itself! Read more...        
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Gawker

  3. Larry Summers Redefines Balanced Budgets as Stimulus and Big Deficits as Austerity

    Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers, in June 4 testimony before the Senate Budget Committee, offers a scatter diagram which allegedly shows “that countries that pursued harsher austerity policies in recent years also had lower real GDP growth.”
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Cato Institute

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