plotting chart

plotting chart

[′pläd·iŋ ‚chärt]
(navigation)
A chart designed primarily for plotting lines of position obtained from dead reckoning, celestial observations, or radio aids, and other sources of navigational data.

plotting chart

A chart designed for a graphical method of navigation.
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Unless you're a teacher or lucky enough to have a summer hols-friendly arrangement with work, the six weeks can be a real logistical mineeld, with a plotting chart dotted with days covered by grandparents, holiday clubs and play-dates.
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He first joined the Met Office in November 1962 and was posted to Gatwick Airport as an assistant making the tea and plotting charts.