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What is the Meaning & Definition of graph

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A graph is any kind of visual representation that includes figures or signs to communicate one or a series of concepts. A graph is often one of two things. Alternatively, a graphical representation of an operation, demonstration, or series of concepts and ideas that takes place by means of images, signs and symbols; either a representation of numeric data that uses different formats (bars, cake, etc) to demonstrate a relationship between data which correspond to two different variables.
In the first case, a graph is a multipurpose functionality. It can be very simply on an image that will have attached you one or more explanatory legends, or a complex system of diagrams and symbols that represent the linking of several abstract concepts together. This type of graphics are employed in all areas of the industry: governmental, institutional, communication, business, economic, social and scientific. In the majority of cases, the end of a figure as a graphic is to simplify a complex conceptualization relating ideas and data to offer conclusions and multiple research perspectives. For example, a graph can give account of a scientific procedure, progress in a social project, or the report on the results of an organizational work.
The other type of graph is the commonly associated with finance and accounting. This chart can be generated in analogue or digital form, and basically matches the progress of two (or even more) variables through its relationship with lines. Spreadsheets are very useful when making these graphs from data and mathematical operations carried out previously. The graphics may be bars, cake, or lines, depending on the final format with which they are present.
Finally, the term graphic also referenced in computing elements that do not use text. Operating systems like Windows are considered graphics, as opposed to others as MS-DOS using only text. Graphics are also all (scenarios, characters, animations) components that make up a video game.
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