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ech·o·gram

(ek'ō-gram),
A record obtained using acoustic reflection techniques in any one of the various display modes, especially an echocardiogram.
See also: ultrasonogram.
[echo + G. gramma, a diagram]

echogram

[ek′ōgram]
Etymology: Gk, echo, sound, gramma, record
a recording of ultrasound echo patterns of a body structure, such as a gravid uterus.

ech·o·gram

(ek'ō-gram)
A record obtained using high-frequency acoustic reflection techniques in any one of the various display modes, especially an echocardiogram.
See also: ultrasonogram
[echo + G. gramma, a diagram]

echogram

the record made by echography.
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Therefore we conducted an acoustic analysis on data from a small portion from one survey in order to determine if there was a direct correlation between substrate classes or echogram measurements with species abundance.
This software produces 166 proprietary unitless echogram measurements (EMs) on the first seafloor echo for an internal principal components analysis (PCA), and then uses the first three principal components (PCs), generally accounting for more than 95% of the covariance (Ellingsen et al.
Organizing the echogram measurements along a continuum of measurements or grouping them into a number of acoustically distinct substrate classes is the final step in the process.
Variability and covariance of echogram measurements
Thus significant differences in some of the echogram measurements can be created for the exact same substrate type if users are not careful about ensuring that the 251 sample window of QTC IMPACT matches up well with the first echo length.