What is chart?

  • (noun): A visual display of information.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Chart

A chart is a graphical representation of data, in which "the data is represented by symbols, such as bars in a bar chart, lines in a line chart, or slices in a pie chart". A chart can represent tabular numeric data, functions or some kinds of qualitative structures.

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Some articles on chart:

You Remind Me - Chart
... Chart (1992) Peak position UK Singles Chart 48 U.S ... Billboard Hot 29 ... U.S ...
Up! (album) - Chart Positions
... Chart Peak position Certification Sales/shipments Australian Albums Chart 1 2× Platinum 140,000 Austrian Albums Chart 2 Platinum 40,000 Belgian Flanders Albums Chart 4 Gold 25 ...
She's So Unusual - Charts - Year-end Charts
... Chart (1984) Position U.S ... Billboard Pop Albums 11 Australian Albums Chart 24 Japanese Oricon Albums Chart 25 Chart (1985) Position Australian Albums Chart 8 ...
You're Makin' Me High - Charts - Peak Positions
... Chart (1996) Peak position Australian Singles Chart 2 Canadian RPM Dance Chart 1 Dutch Top 13 ... European Hot 100 Singles 30 German Singles Chart 47 Irish Singles Chart 21 New Zealand Singles Chart 5 Swedish ... Billboard Hot Dance Club Play 1 Chart (1997) Peak position Canadian Singles Chart 8 ...
No More Tears
... charted at number 17 on the UK Albums Chart and number seven on the US Billboard 200 albums chart ... reached the top ten of the US Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, including the number-two "Mama, I'm Coming Home", and it contains the Grammy winning track "I Don't ...

More definitions of "chart":

  • (noun): A map designed to assist navigation by air or sea.
  • (verb): Make a chart of.
    Example: "Chart the territory"
  • (verb): Plan in detail.
    Example: "Bush is charting a course to destroy Saddam Hussein"
  • (verb): Represent by means of a graph.
    Example: "Chart the data"
    Synonyms: graph

Famous quotes containing the word chart:

    Perhaps in His wisdom the Almighty is trying to show us that a leader may chart the way, may point out the road to lasting peace, but that many leaders and many peoples must do the building.
    Eleanor Roosevelt (1884–1962)