chart symbol

chart symbol

[′chärt ‚sim·bəl]
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A character, letter, or similar graphical representation used on a chart to indicate some object, characteristic, or such.
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The go-to source for any chart symbol is the Aeronautical Chart User's Guide, which you can save as a PDF in the documents section of most electronic flight bags.
The 15 eyes in which the corneas became clear had a final mean visual acuity of 0.11 (the ability to distinguish the largest eye chart symbol from a distance of 5 meters)." This improvement, the researchers said, allowed the patients to perform daily activities and increased their self-sufficiency.
As with any chart symbol you haven't seen before or don't recognize, you can easily find out what it represents on the chart legend or in the FAA's Aeronautical Chart User's Guide.
Either way, you've gotta hit an altitude before the fix, so the chart symbol of the flag with an X decorates both restrictions.
The chart symbols even look like a cable: the two long lines are the outline of the 3 stitches that will lie on the front.
1, United States of America: Nautical Chart Symbols, Abbreviations, and Terms, which is a list of all symbols and abbreviations used on US charts.
The correlation engine adds intelligent automation by using simple flow chart symbols to create complex rules that have the ability to correlate against existing data and additional events.
The Boca Raton, Fla.-based company says the new correlation engine in Activeworx 3.0 adds intelligent automation to the Activeworx Event Framework by using simple flow chart symbols to create complex rules that have the ability to correlate against existing data and additional events.