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# Nomogram

## Definition of the noun nomogram

What does nomogram mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: nomograms

1. a graphic representation of numerical relations
• lexical domain: Artifacts - nouns denoting man-made objects
• synonym of nomogram: nomograph
• more generic word: representation = a creation that is a visual or tangible rendering of someone or something

### Alternative definition of the noun nomogram

noun

1. [mathematics] A diagram in which the relationship between three variables is represented by a straight line or curve for each variable; the value of the third variable corresponding to particular values of the first two is obtained by drawing a straight line through the points on the first two curves that represent particular values of the first two variables and noting the point at which the line intersects the third line or curve.

## Explanation

Nomogram: A nomogram, also called a nomograph, alignment chart or abaque, is a graphical calculating device, a two-dimensional diagram designed to allow the approximate graphical computation of a function. The field of nomography was invented in 1884 by the French engineer Philbert Maurice d’Ocagne and used extensively for many years to provide engineers with fast graphical calculations of complicated formulas to a practical precision. Nomograms use a parallel coordinate system invented by d'Ocagne rather than standard Cartesian coordinates.

• also known as 诺谟图

## Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Nomogram

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### Anatomy and Physiology (2016)

by CTI Reviews

A nomogram is a graphical calculating device, a twodimensional diagram designed to allow the approximate graphical computation of a function: it uses a ...

### Textbook of Anesthesia for Postgraduates (2010)

by TK Agasti

(A nomogram is a graph with several scales line laid on the graph intersects the scale at related values of the variables.

### Mathematics Explained for Healthcare Practitioners (2013)

by Derek Haylock, Paul Warburton

A nomogram is any kind of graphical representation of the relationship between some variables in which the value of the dependent variable is found by a simple graphical construction. The most common example for healthcare practitioners ...

### Law, Text, Terror (2013)

by Peter Goodrich, Lior Barshack, Anton Schutz

The nomogram is the system of mail, the relay of social missives by means of which we learn what has been assigned, our assignments, our sense of a place both in genealogical and institutional forms. Consider then what you fear, who or ...

### Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Secrets (2006)

by Jeffrey D. Placzek, David A. Boyce

A likelihood rationomogram. (From Straus Set al: Evidence-based medicine, ed 3 , Edinburgh, 2005, Elsevier.) A nomogram is a graphic scale developed to facilitate the calculation of probabilities. The righthand column is the estimated pretest ...

### Lecture Notes: Urology (2009)

by John Blandy, Amir Kaisary

Here a nomogram may be helpful. A nomogram is a graphic representation of a statistical model that ...

### Essential Forensic Biology (2011)

by Alan Gunn

A nomogram is a graphical ...

### Statistics Workbook for Evidence-based Health Care (2009)

by Jennifer Peat, Belinda Barton, Elizabeth Elliott

A nomogram is a graphical tool that uses the result of a diagnostic test to calculate a person's probability of having the disease. In a nonogram, the pre-test probability that the person has the disease is entered on the left axis and is then joined ...

### Henry's Clinical Diagnosis and Management by Laboratory Methods (2011)

by Richard A. McPherson, Matthew R. Pincus

The Fagan nomogram is a convenient graphic tool that uses a logarithmic scale to determine posttest probability, given the LR at a specified cutoff and the pretest probability (Fagan, 1975). The pretest probability (e.g., clinical suspicion, ...

### Drug Therapy in Nursing (2009)

by Diane S. Aschenbrenner, Samantha J. Venable

A nomogram is a chart or a graph that shows relationships between numerical variables. A representative nomogram used to estimate body surface area in children may have several columns of calibrated measures representing height, ...

### The Dictionary of Health Economics, Third Edition (2014)

by Anthony J. Culyer

Altman's nomogram is a graphical method of assessing the power and statistical significance of a test in a variety of sample sizes. The right-hand vertical axis ofthe nomogram shows various power values, from 0.05 to 0.995. The left-hand ...

### The Nutrition and Health Dictionary (1995)

by Percy Russell, Anita Williams

Nomogram 1 was developed from direct measurements of surface areas, heights, and weights, the approach being the empirical determination of the exponents of W and H and the factor 71.84. The measurements and information required to ...

### Encyclopaedia of Mathematics (2013)

Monge — Ampère Equation — Rings and Algebras by M. Hazewinkel

NOMOGRAPHY The nomogram shows the solution of a numerical example (data : a =0.75; b =7; c-10; answer: x=0.1). Elementary nomograms have a simple geometric foundation: the nomographic interpretation of the condition that three ...

### International Encyclopedia of Ergonomics and Human Factors, Second Edition - 3 Volume Set (2006)

by Informa Healthcare, Waldemar Karwowski

Perhaps the most famous of the VO2 or VO2max prediction models is the nomogram developed by Astrand and Rodahl (1986). The nomogram allows the user to predict VO2max from a variety of input data. VO2max can be predicted from a ...

### Black’s Medical Dictionary (2017)

by Harvey Marcovitch

The nomogram for this will contain a vertical line with body weight and another with length. Placing ...

### Concise Encyclopedia of Biostatistics for Medical Professionals (2016)

by Abhaya Indrayan, Martin P. Holt

nomogram A ...

### A Dictionary of Science (2017)

by Jonathan Law

nomogram. A graph consisting of three lines, each with its own scale, each line representing the values of a variable over a specified range. A ruler laid between two points on two of the lines enables the value of the third variable to be read off ...

### Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine (2010)

by Joseph Segen

nomogram. An alignment chart in which there are ≥ 3 abscissas, each measuring a specific parameter and mathematically or empirically defined as having a relationship to each other; the abscissas Nomenclature–alternative medical ...

### A Dictionary of Epidemiology (2014)

by Miquel Porta

NOMOGRAM A form of line chart showing scales for the variables involved in a particular formula in such a way that corresponding values for each variable lie on a straight line intersecting all the scales. NONCOMMUNICABLE DISEASE ( Syn: ...

### Oxford Dictionary of Sports Science and Medicine (2006)

by Michael Kent

For example, the Lewis nomogram consists of three scales (jump-height, power, and body weight) for determining anaerobic power from a sargent jump. A line connecting the appropriate points on the jump height and body weight scales ...

## Online dictionaries and encyclopedias with entries for Nomogram

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Siggaard-Andersen Nomogram

Chart for calculating relevant acid-base values of the blood.

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Nomogram Meaning

Video shows what nomogram means. A diagram in which the relationship between three variables is represented by a straight line or curve for each variable; ...

## Scrabble value of N1O1M3O1G2R1A1M3

The value of this 8-letter word is 13 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

## Anagrams of NOMOGRAM

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