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activity chart

[‚ak′tiv·əd·ē ‚chärt]
(industrial engineering)
A tabular presentation of a series of operations of a process plotted against a time scale.
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Using this, you can add up your daily calorie intake and use it to create a food and activity chart to promote good health.
The Financial Services Industry headed the activity chart with 1.
Activity chart in minute, hour, day and week display
What makes the beach club worth every dirham is the diverse activity chart.
Those randomized to the intervention group received referral to a physician or mental health provider, a 15- to 30-minute counseling session, a depression workbook, activity chart, and three follow-up calls over the course of 3 months.
The activity chart (Figure 1) shows our recorded Sudden Ionospheric Disturbances (SIDs) over the past 5 years.
Nestle, however, has also maintained a steady share of space with 22% of the top five activity chart last weekend.
Students need to submit two essays and an activity chart with the eApp, and certain scholarships may require additional steps.
Addressing the problem, Orangeburst aims to make eating fruit and veg fun through their colourful Rainbow Food Activity Chart.
Also known as a time and activity chart, the Gantt chart displays a timeline for each task and is an effective way to keep a project on schedule.
Finally, in our combined social media and digital engagement for viewers of broadcast and cable telecasts, ABC's "The Oscars" got a big assist from Facebook to lead the charge on the social media activity chart with live post updates throughout the night.
The Financial Services Industry led the activity chart with 1.