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Graph

A representation of numbers signifying different data sets. Graphs are vitally important in tracking past performance of economic data with the aim of predicting its future behavior. For example, a government agency may create a graph of unemployment claims over time. If claims have trended downward, the agency may predict that unemployment may remain low. Graphs are also crucial for technical analysts, who use them to track securities' performance to help make investment decisions. Graphs are also known as charts.

chart

Data displayed in a diagrammatic manner, often to show relationships between different sets of numbers. Charts are used to observe the historical values of variables and, frequently, to spot trends that may provide insights for use in projecting future values. Also called graph. See also bar chart, candlestick chart, line chart, point-and-figure chart.
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Extensive pedigree charts and appendices provide additional references for those who want to learn more.
There is plenty of information, plus colour pictures of the stallions such as Sadler's Wells, Danehill and Woodman, pedigree charts, lists of key Stakes winners by sire, news, a page devoted to Ballydoyle, and more of the same for the top-class stallion ranks in Kentucky and New South Wales.
The SMGF database currently contains information about more than eight million ancestors through linked DNA samples and pedigree charts from more than 170 countries, approximately 90 percent of the nations of the world.
Almost all of them use genealogy's two standard road maps: pedigree charts, which are cascading charts that trace an individual's ancestors, and family sheets, which list immediate family.
This new affiliate program will enable these horse related organizations to easily add advanced Equine Classified Ads and Interactive Horse Pedigree charts to their websites at no cost.
The SMGF database currently contains information about more than 8 million ancestors through linked DNA samples and pedigree charts from more than 170 countries, approximately 90 percent of the nations of the world.