graphic methods

graphic methods

[¦graf·ik ¦meth·ədz]
(graphic arts)
Pencil-and-paper methods that employ the geometry of a plane to express mathematical relationships and to carry out mathematical operations in analog form.
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Common graphic methods include Pset method, Line method, Cirle method.
The first of these is to use graphic methods and raw data distributions of the research study to show more clearly what the results actually indicate.
A burgeoning amount of research is starting to appear in literature in which complex statistical formulations and tests are omitted in favor of graphic methods such as icon arrays (Garcia-Teamero & Galesic, 2010).
It is helpful to communicate with a variety of graphic methods to address the different ways that people understand.
Among the students who used two methods, four used the logical connectives and the graphic methods and two used sign-chart and the graphic methods.
It is possible that familiarity with the graphing of parabolas made use of the sign-chart and graphic methods equally available to the students.
The method most frequently used was the graphic method, and many students preferred the method they had studied first.
The qualitative methods discussed include ethnographic interviewing, process recording, graphic methods, and participant observation.
Most simulation products use some form of animation, along with graphic methods that depict output.
His profound study of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony will surprise many readers who associate Schenker only with his unique graphic methods of analysis, for the present volume belongs to a period before he developed his theory of structural levels.
Sometimes the metric reductions hint at the sort of insights that Schenker's graphic method of analysis later would convey more systematically.
Among the book's virtues must be mentioned its profuse illustration of so many different graphic methods in mathematical logic, including Venn diagrams, the square of opposition, Smullyan truth trees, Wallen's reduction technique, Beth's and Hintikka's semantic tableaux method, and several styles of axiomatic and natural deduction.