## graph

-graphA pie chart is a type of graph.

- The definition of a graph is a diagram showing the relationships between two or more things.
An example of graph is a pie chart.

- Graph is defined as to create a diagram that shows a relationship between two or more things.
An example of graph is to create a series of bars on graphing paper.

## graph

- a diagram, as a curve, broken line, or series of bars, representing various kinds of quantitative information and relationships, such as the successive changes in a variable quantity or quantities
- Math.
- a curve or surface showing the values of a function
- a diagram consisting of nodes and links and representing logical relationships or sequences of events

Origin of graph

from*graphic formula*

to put in the form of, or represent by, a graph

a writing-system unit which may be a representation of a phoneme, a syllable, etc.

Origin of graph

see -graph### -graph

- something that writes or records:
*telegraph* - something written, drawn, or recorded:
*monograph*

Origin of -graph

Classical Greek*-graphos*from

*graphein*: see graphic

## graph

noun

- A diagram that exhibits a relationship, often functional, between two sets of numbers as a set of points having coordinates determined by the relationship. Also called
*plot*. - A pictorial device, such as a pie chart or bar graph, used to illustrate quantitative relationships. Also called
*chart*.

transitive verb

**graphed,**

**graph·ing,**

**graphs**

- To represent by a graph.
- To plot (a function) on a graph.

Origin of graph

*Short for*

*graphic formula*

**graph1**

top: bar graph

bottom: line graph

noun

- The spelling of a word.
- Any of the possible forms of a grapheme.
- A written character that represents a vowel, consonant, syllable, word, or other expression and that cannot be further analyzed.

Origin of graph

Greek*graphē*

*writing*; see

**graphic**.

### -graph

suffix

- Something written or drawn:
*monograph.* - An instrument for writing, drawing, or recording:
*seismograph.*

Origin of -graph

French*-graphe*

*from*Late Latin

*-graphus*

*from*Greek

*-graphos*

*from*

*graphein*

*to write*; see

*gerbh-*in Indo-European roots.

## graph

Noun

(*plural* graphs)

- A diagram displaying data; in particular one showing the relationship between two or more quantities, measurements or indicative numbers that may or may not have a specific mathematical formula relating them to each other.
- (mathematics) A diagram displaying data, in particular one showing the relationship between two or more variables; specifically, for a function , the set of all tuples .
- (graph theory) An ordered pair , where is a set of elements called
*vertices*(*nodes*) and is a set of pairs of elements of , called*edges*; informally, a set of vertices together with a set edges that join these vertices.

Verb

(*third-person singular simple present* graphs, *present participle* graphing, *simple past and past participle* graphed)

- To draw a graph.
- (mathematics) To draw a graph of a function.

## graph - Computer Definition

A visual representation of information. See business graphics.