distribution graph

distribution graph

[‚dis·trə′byü·shən ‚graf]
(hydrology)
A statistically derived hydrograph for a storm of specified duration, graphically representing the percent of total direct runoff passing a point on a stream, as a function of time; usually presented as a histogram or table of percent runoff within each of successive short time intervals.
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Good&Bad Distribution graph now displays mean scores and divergence
From this data they built up a global CO2 distribution graph.
In the alignment distribution graph for this program, vertices correspond to program operations and edges correspond to flows of data between program operations.
With access to Experian's national score distribution graphs and tables, lenders can seamlessly integrate this information into their own disclosure-exception notices.
The dati e grafici feature allows one to obtain distribution graphs for words contained in the entire dictionary, the disc base (common words list) or any list generated by the user (lista attiva).
As with other volumes in the series, the Michigan atlas will display the researchers' findings in a variety of forms -- maps, distribution graphs and tabular information.
Input and projections are reflected by Methuselah in color, easy-to-read distribution graphs, which change on-the-fly as the planner and client discuss and investigate various "what if" scenarios.
Methuselah also analyzes and helps plan for multiple primary and/or rollover IRA beneficiaries, illustrating the benefits of multi-generational planning supported by new illustrative distribution graphs and detailed spreadsheets, which change on-the-fly.
Now with leading-edge XML caapability which which will allow Internet-based data storage and exchange, the new release of Methuselah offers many other new features, including providing for multiple primary beneficiaries and multi-generational (rollover) beneficiaries, supported by new illustrative distribution graphs which change on-the-fly.
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