- n a visual display of information
- n a map designed to assist navigation by air or sea
- v make a chart of
chart the territory
- v plan in detail
Bush is charting a course to destroy Saddam Hussein
- v represent by means of a graph
chart the data
- Writing (and charting) about the latest employment numbers a couple of weeks ago, I concluded that: It's probably still nowhere near as dramatic a chart as the monthly numbers from .
- After I posted that scary chart from Nancy Pelosi's office last Friday, a number of Swampland commenters asked for a broader historical perspective--and one that measures the slump .
- This chart compares the job loss so far in this recession to job losses in the 1990-1991 recession and the 2001 recession -- showing how dramatic and unprecedented the job loss .
News & Articles
- Penn State football depth chart shows no clear starter at QB
Penn State's depth chart shows a battle at quarterback between Tyler Ferguson and Christian Hackenberg even though Hackenberg hasn't taken part in a single practice.
June 13, 2013 - Philly.com
- Infographic: This Chart Will Turn You Into A White Wine Snob
A handy chart offers 20 new ways to talk about el vino blanco. Not too long ago I met a winemaker who said, “I believe all grapes would be red if they could.” Harsh words if you happen to be a white grape. Say we chalk it up to a simple misunderstanding, in which case this infographic from graphic designer Sean Seidell should provide some clarity. Seidell, who has created equally intricate maps ...
June 13, 2013 - Fast Company Magazine
- CHART OF THE DAY: There's One Chart Responsible For The Tectonic Shift In Global Markets
It's the most important chart in the world right now: real interest rates in the United States. Real interest rates are just nominal interest rates (the rate you see on a 10-year Treasury bond, for example) adjusted for inflation.
June 12, 2013 - Business Insider
- President Bush in FOXNews
I call on all nations in this region to release their prisoners of conscience, open up their political debate and trust their people to chart their future,Bush said.
- Robert Gates in New York Times
North Korea, Mr. Gates said, had a choice: "To continue as a destitute, international pariah, or chart a new course."
- Heath Slocum in ESPN
Obviously, the ratings will be off the chart,PGA Tour player Heath Slocum said. "It will be interesting to watch -- not only the reaction from him, but from the fans, the media, the players. I would venture to say he might be nervous."