pictograph


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pic·to·graph

(pik'tō-graf),
A vision test chart for illiterates.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

pictograph

(pĭk′tō-grăf)
A set of test pictures used for testing vision in children and illiterate adults.
Medical Dictionary, © 2009 Farlex and Partners
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A limitation of previous research on pictographs is that it has focused on single rather than multiple-risk options (Ancker et al.
Next, the students chose three or more of their favorite pictographs from the photocopy and drew these on the front of the flap of the pouch.
Gottlieb's first wholly original works--the Pictographs of the 1940s--were born of a creative fusion of Cubist ideas about form with Surrealist ideas about meaning, spiced by his admiration for the forms and emotional kick of tribal art and textiles.
Sixteen pictographs were clear enough to the naked eye to make out their motif forms.
The Agawa rock paintings are among the best preserved of about 400 groups of pictographs on the Canadian Shield and are attributed to Algonquins such as the Ojibwa.
He says he is inspired by the art of his ancestors--the pictographs drawn on the rocks around Lake Superior.
In May 1994 my wife, Abby, and I hiked five miles over a tiny trail so I could photograph the pictograph, which I had known about for 20 years.
Also, ask the class whether they can think of other ways to show these data, eliciting responses of a table, a bar graph, and a pictograph. Ask the students why a line graph is not appropriate for this kind of data.
375) were (a) that a bar graph should be used for complex or slightly complex static comparisons; (b) that a pictograph should be used for extremely simple static comparisons; (c) that a line graph should be used for dynamic comparisons; and (d) that a table should be used for specific amounts.
I have visited and photographed four petroglyph and pictograph sites in the Southwest.