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charts

n. the trade magazine rankings of current pop music. The big one is back on the charts this week. Give it a listen.
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Well, then, he barked suddenly, like an excited terrier, "the chart gives a whole mess of islands off to the nor'west.
All these islands, reefs, shoals, lagoons, entrances, and distances were marked on the chart of his memory.
Captain Davenport queried, raising his head from the chart.
He ceased and gazed solicitously at Captain Davenport, who, bending over the chart with a pair of dividers in hand, had just emitted a low groan.
Konig, surreptitiously consulting chart and binnacle, and McCoy, openly and innocently consulting the binnacle, knew that they were running for Hao Island.
Captain Davenport consulted the chart and debated with himself.
Again Captain Davenport consulted McCoy and the chart.
With a few adjustments, you can transform a lackluster chart into one that commands attention.
The SPC package allows users to monitor and control processes in real time, while GainSeeker Scrap Reduction analyzes quality-related statistical data with multi-level Pareto charts, for instance.
Usually X and R charts are plotted on the same piece of paper, with the X chart at the top of the page and the R chart at the bottom.
For some charts, you may need to add a little formatting and a few formulas.
Traditional X-bar and R charts, van der Veen says, are insensitive and inefficient in monitoring individual cavities in a multicavity mold.
All formulas given in Table 1 apply to the X and moving range charts using the constants for a sample size of one (n = 1).