profile chart

profile chart

[′prō‚fīl ‚chärt]
(electromagnetism)
A vertical cross-section drawing of a microwave path between two stations, indicating terrain, obstructions, and antenna height requirements.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Take a short length of trim with you to the store and ask to see the profile chart. Any store that sells trim will have one.
Based on indications, the scores recorded from the applied questionnaire were transfered on a specific test profile chart, comprising T-scores for each factor.
Invented by Peter Steidlmayer, the Market Profile chart depicts the distribution of prices throughout a trading day to find the relative shape of the market, enhanced in 11.5 to help futures traders better interpret shifts in price direction.
This section contains a useful self-analysis behavior profile chart that readers can use to analyze their behavior and identify actions needed for change.
Just want to draw your attention to a misspelling on page 21 of the May NCD profile chart. The term should read Inspiring Worship--not Workshops although as Presbyterians we probably would rank that one of our higher categories and perhaps that would be a quality characteristic unique to us.
In the real-time monitoring mode, the system produces a real-time profile chart and a table of data that has been selected based on the process window.
The basic load profile chart has categories for AC and DC loads and columns that indicate the quantity of that type of load, its wattage, its on time and the number of days per week the appliance is used.
Appendixes include a list of tools and equipment; glossary; blocks and tasks weighting; and task profile chart. (YLB)
Discussions with school personnel regarding audit findings and using the profile chart reveal opportunities for improvement and growth and show areas of strength.
This profile charts his rise to fame after appearing on talent show New Faces in 1976.
(14.) Fuchs C, Benyamini Y: Multivariate profile charts hr statistical process control.
Three-quarters of his player profile charts a rise to prominence while the remainder is much less effusive and hints at what can be kindly described as 'a loss of form'.