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  2. Wikipedia:Graphs and charts - Wikipedia

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    In Python using matplotlib ; The R programming language can be used for creating Wikipedia graphs. The Google Chart API allows a variety of graphs to be created. Livegap Charts creates line, bar, spider, polar-area and pie charts, and can export them as images without needing to download any tools.

  3. Radar chart - Wikipedia

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    The radar chart is a chart and/or plot that consists of a sequence of equi-angular spokes, called radii, with each spoke representing one of the variables. The data length of a spoke is proportional to the magnitude of the variable for the data point relative to the maximum magnitude of the variable across all data points.

  4. Box plot - Wikipedia

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    Box plot of data from the Michelson experiment. In descriptive statistics, a box plot or boxplot is a method for demonstrating graphically the locality, spread and skewness groups of numerical data through their quartiles. [1] In addition to the box on a box plot, there can be lines (which are called whiskers) extending from the box indicating ...

  5. Timsort - Wikipedia

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    Timsort is a stable sorting algorithm (order of elements with same key is kept) and strives to perform balanced merges (a merge thus merges runs of similar sizes). In order to achieve sorting stability, only consecutive runs are merged. Between two non-consecutive runs, there can be an element with the same key inside the runs.

  6. Summary statistics - Wikipedia

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    In descriptive statistics, summary statistics are used to summarize a set of observations, in order to communicate the largest amount of information as simply as possible. Statisticians commonly try to describe the observations in. a measure of location, or central tendency, such as the arithmetic mean. a measure of statistical dispersion like ...

  7. Computer science - Wikipedia

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    Computer science is the study of computation, information, and automation. Computer science spans theoretical disciplines (such as algorithms, theory of computation, and information theory) to applied disciplines (including the design and implementation of hardware and software).

  8. Bresenham's line algorithm - Wikipedia

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    Bresenham's line algorithm is a line drawing algorithm that determines the points of an n -dimensional raster that should be selected in order to form a close approximation to a straight line between two points.

  9. Cumulative accuracy profile - Wikipedia

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    A cumulative accuracy profile can be used to evaluate a model by comparing the current curve to both the 'perfect' and a randomized curve. A good model will have a CAP between the perfect and random curves; the closer a model is to the perfect CAP, the better it is. The accuracy ratio (AR) is defined as the ratio of the area between the model ...