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graph paper

paper printed with intersecting lines, usually horizontal and vertical and equally spaced, for drawing graphs, diagrams, etc.
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Make sure you note the sizes and before purchasing, plot them on the graph paper to be sure the furniture fits.
When you draw out your garden beds on what is essentially digital graph paper, the Planner will automatically color-code your crops by family.
The straight line regression was plotted on graph paper (graph no.1).
If you're not using a designer, a good way to get the layout right is to draw the room on graph paper. Show immovable objects such as the window, door, towel rail or radiator, chimney breast, airing cupboard, and the water and waste pipes on one piece of paper, and the fittings you want on another, using the same scale.
The patterns are reproduced in full-page plates on graph paper that readers can use to sew their own reconstructions.
The illustrations are amix of drawings and collage using various print types such as graph paper, musical scores, written text, and maps.
High-temperature superconducting ceramic wires are composed of rows of atoms arranged slightly askew to each other, as though one piece of graph paper had been melded atop another with the horizontal and vertical lines at less-than-perfect alignment.
For Colin Henderson it all starts with graph paper. "I like working within the confines of a grid," says the London-based illustrator turned knitwear designer, whose pixilated patterns lock together like tribal Tetris.
DIRECTIONS: Create the following on a piece of graph paper:
Featured are quilt reference cards; tabbed dividers for easy reference; a total of 48 pages of lined paper for quilting notes; 32 pages of graph paper for quilting designs; 6 top loading poly-vinyl pouches for organizing quilting materials; and 4 plastic zipper pouches for storage.
The most important item I use when creating a landscape design is a tablet of graph paper. I like to use paper that's ruled with 10 squares per inch; each square on the paper then represents one square foot in my design.
These include the 0.8-millimeter Maxum gel pen in a metallic multipack that comes in such ink colors as blue, red, pink, purple, green, bronze, gold and silver; Geo tools that include 30 sheets of 8.5- by 11-inch quadrille graph paper as well as a shatterproof ring binder ruler and a 6-inch 180-degree protractor; and a wedge-shape, pink beveled eraser.