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nomogram

noun no·mo·gram \ˈnä-mə-ˌgram, ˈnō-\

Definition of NOMOGRAM

:  a graphic representation that consists of several lines marked off to scale and arranged in such a way that by using a straightedge to connect known values on two lines an unknown value can be read at the point of intersection with another line

Origin of NOMOGRAM

Greek nomos law + International Scientific Vocabulary -gram — more at nimble
First Known Use: 1908
Medical Dictionary

nomogram

noun no·mo·gram \ˈnäm-ə-ˌgram, ˈnō-mə-\

Medical Definition of NOMOGRAM

:  a graphic representation that consists of several lines marked off to scale and arranged in such a way that by using a straightedge to connect known values on two lines an unknown value can be read at the point of intersection with another line

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