chart reading

chart reading

[′chärt ‚rēd·iŋ]
(navigation)
Interpretation of the symbols, lines, abbreviations, and terms appearing on charts.
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For example, we've heard that ophthalmology exams are being perfected where the patient, using his or her cellphone from a certain distance, can actually do an eye chart reading, with data going back to the ophthalmologist on the call.
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The new trading lessons will also cover important topics such as fundamental and technical trading analysis, chart reading, basic trading methodologies, market mechanics and many more.
The basics of chart reading are not difficult to learn.
This guide covers the essentials of compass navigation and chart reading, and explores newer technologies such as GPS, PDAs, smartphones and electronic chart systems.
Tuition is $250 per week (a total of $500 for both weeks) and includes instruction in Afinque/Style, Clave 101, Folkloric, Vocal and Standards Workshop, Improvisation, and Chart Reading along with a final performance.
This ceremony, akin to an unsolicited palm, aura, or astrological chart reading, did not enhance my mushroom experience.
All patients demonstrated central scotoma due to macular pathology by means of Amsler chart reading and automated visual field (HVF) testing.
Free training will be provided for members in boat handling, seamanship, navigation and chart reading, advanced first aid, marine and shore communications and practical marine electrics and engineering.
Day-trading requires chart reading techniques to forecast stock price movements and self-management ability to make cool judgments,'' he said.
As students investigate the images and complete the accompanying activities, they'll not only obtain important information about how drug abuse harms the brain and the body, they'll also be honing valuable skills that are probably already part of your teaching goals--skills like chart reading, vocabulary building, and critical thinking.