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plot in Statistics topic

plotplot2 ●○○ verb (plotted, plotting)  1 [intransitive, transitive]PLAN to make a secret plan to harm a person or organization, especially a political leader or governmentplot to do something They had plotted to blow up the White House.plot against He suspected that the military were secretly plotting against him. The minister was found guilty of plotting the downfall of the government. the story of a woman who plots revenge2 [transitive] (also plot out)LINE to draw marks or a line to represent facts, numbers etc We plotted a graph to show the increase in sales figures this year.plot something on something You can plot all these numbers on one diagram for comparison.3 [transitive] (also plot out)TTATTWPLACE to mark, calculate, or follow the path of an aircraft or ship, for example on a map We plotted a course across the Pacific.→ See Verb table
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plotHence, neither the historical dynamics of myths nor their impact upon present culture can be traced with confidence or systematically plotted.Plotting against the government was punishable by death.Eddie is merely reactive plotting device.Crumey has his fun, but plots his farce elegantly.The same data are plotted in b but the species are categorised into three different life styles denoted by different symbols.The results are plotted in figure 6.1.The results are plotted in figure 9.10.Cheaper flatbed plotters, capable of plotting on sheets of A4 or A3 size paper, can be interfaced to personal computers.She spent months plotting revenge.I intricately plotted the conversations beforehand.The court heard how Mrs Taylor and her lover had plotted the murder of her husband.Three men were charged with plotting to plant the biggest bomb ever in Central London.plot to do somethingThey cluster around telephone boxes and the bus station, plotting to head north.According to others, she and some friends had plotted to kidnap her.Another extraordinary tale says that Ra, convinced mankind was plotting to overthrow him, sent Hathor to kill them all.At the end of August Kerensky abruptly denounced Kornilov for plotting to overthrow the government.Eighteen months later, Wei resurfaced when charges were brought against him for plotting to overthrow the government.James Caan is the corrupt miner who plots to seize the rights.This is not, however the perk it seems, as clients were perpetually dreaming and plotting to stop dealing with Harvard.plotted ... courseAhab plotted a course which he hoped would take him to the whale.