time series

noun

Definition of time series

: a set of data collected sequentially usually at fixed intervals of time

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New York leads the all-time series with Miami 64-57. . Jeffrey Bernstein, The Seattle Times, "Ellington scores 19 as Heat beat Knicks 106-97," 27 Jan. 2019 The Ducks held a 61-40 advantage in the all-time series. Anne M. Peterson, The Seattle Times, "No. 12 Oregon State holds off No. 2 Oregon 67-62," 19 Feb. 2019 The Pistons have beaten the Knicks five straight and lead the all-time series 207-172. Jeffrey Bernstein, The Seattle Times, "Griffin scores 29, Pistons hand Knicks 14th straight loss," 5 Feb. 2019 Parcak has visual time series covering vast swaths of the Middle East. Rob Reid, Ars Technica, "Ars on your lunch break: Finding Pharaoh and spotting looters from orbit," 1 Nov. 2018 With satellite data time series, a constant and potentially automated monitoring could be implemented. Kiona N. Smith, Ars Technica, "Satellites watch over the graves of ancient steppe nomads," 26 Dec. 2018 The most obvious features of Fred’s new time series are the devastating effect of the 14th century Black Death pandemic and the population explosion that accompanied the industrial revolution. Jon Sindreu, WSJ, "Fred Gets Acquainted With William the Conqueror," 6 Dec. 2018 The Bulldogs own a 9-2 advantage in the all-time series and have won six straight games against the Keydets. Samford Athletics, AL.com, "Samford basketball travels to VMI for key SoCon matchup Friday," 22 Feb. 2018 Highlands leads the all-time series 48-19, and recent history has been topsy-turvy with the teams having runs of dominance. James Weber, Cincinnati.com, "A look at Northern Kentucky's most compelling high school football rivalries," 3 July 2018

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1919, in the meaning defined above

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