A diagram of lines, connecting points on a graph, representing the successive changes in the value of a variable quantity or quantities.

A graph that shows related information by drawing connecting lines between points of data.

a descriptive statistic used to represent data in a meaningful way

a graph in which connected line segments show the changes in data, usually over time

a graph in which data is represented as a line, as a series of data points, or as data points that are connected by a line

a type of graph that represents data or sets of data that have been collected over a period of time

A graphical representation using points connected by line segments to show how something changes over time.

A graph used to display data over an interval of change (for example, a line graph could be used to show the change in speed of a car over a ten minute time period).

the graph of a first degree linear equation whose coordinates satisfy the equation and form a straight line.

a graph that displays data using connected line segments.

A graph in which points are connected by line segments to represent data.

(noun) A line graph can be used to show how something changes over time. They have an x-axis (horizontal) and a y-axis (vertical). Usually, the x-axis has numbers for the time period, and the y-axis has numbers for what is being measured.

a graph used to plot data showing the relationship between independent an dependent variables in an experiment. (645)

A set of data points on an X-Y grid, possibly with consecutive points connected by line segments.

A visual representation that accents trends, consisting of a line connecting points plotted on an x and y axis.

(... scatter graph) Data is plotted as (x,y) coordinates. A single line of best fit is drawn through the plotted points. The independent variable usually goes along the x axis.

a 2-dimensional picture that consists of points connected by a line.

(3) A graph in which points used to represent data are connected by a line or line segments.

(n) A visualization technique, usually 2-D, in which line marks are used to indicate trends in data. In a 2-D line graph, the independent variable is represented on the horizontal scale, and the dependent variable is shown on the vertical scale. The line mark represents the mapping of the two variables.

A graph that uses line segments to show changes in data; the data usually represents a quantity changing over time.

In graph theory, the line graph L(G) of an undirected graph G is a graph such that