replot


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replot

(riːˈplɒt)
vb (tr)
to plot or chart (a graph, etc) again
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This is also the time for coaching staffs not involved in the hoopla to get back to their drawing pads and replot the remainder of the season.
Now it's time to lick his considerable wounds, return to the drawing board, and replot a path of optimism.
The new data plotting tool from F1000Research enables the data in the journal's articles to be assessed and reviewed, by letting users replot, analyse and interpret the supporting data through an instant first-pass view.
If the first UCAV becomes engaged, the second will replot the route to avoid the threat.
You can build a model for an imaginary binary, change a parameter, and then replot the light curve to see what difference it makes.
Then we replot it with our new location to see that we haven't inconvenienced too many of our workers.
And where the border is demarcated by a river, those rivers often shift their course dramatically, forcing the land survey departments of the two countries to replot the line.
As adolescence is the best time for a person to grow and decide the path he wants to take in life, Erickson insists that middlescence , as she calls it, is the perfect period for a person to replot his career curve.
While women used to be completely silenced and effaced through history, now, women center on themselves and, in that way, they replot their own texts.
If the driver deviates from the planned route (maybe there is an accident or traffic situation) the system will instantly replot it.
How carefully did he or she check the grease pencil rendition of the other ship's resultant relative motion (RM) line, check the trial maneuver on the Automatic Radar Plotting Aid (ARPA), or replot the vessel's position?
This is a time to reenergize their people, refocus their effort, replot their course, and reschedule their timelines for reaching the destination.