Ergography 

1.

In polar form

the months of the year are marked around the circumference, forming 30° sectors. Concentric lines display the value being measured. For example an ergograph could show the proportions of time (in hours per day) devoted to each of certain activities, with a time scale, ranging from 0 to 24 hours per day, along the radius of the circle, as a square root scale.[1][2] This form of an ergograph is an example of a polar line graph or (because the data form "bands" on the graph) a polar strata graph or polar layer graph, the "polar" denoting the system of polar coordinates used on the graph.[3] In cartesian form, the X axis is marked for the months of the year, and the Y axis is marked with the scale(s) of the activity/activities

In polar form, the months of the year are marked around the circumference, forming 30° sectors. Concentric lines display the value being measured. For example an ergograph could show the proportions of time (in hours per day) devoted to each of certain activities, with a time scale, ranging from 0 to 24 hours per day, along the radius of the circle, as a square root scale.[1][2] This form of an ergograph is an example of a polar line graph or (because the data form "bands" on the graph) a polar strata graph or polar layer graph, the "polar" denoting the system of polar coordinates used on the graph.[3] In cartesian form, the X axis is marked for the months of the year, and the Y axis is marked with the scale(s) of the activity/activities In polar form, the months of the year are marked around the circumference, forming 30° sectors. Concentric lines display the value being measured. For example an ergograph could show the proportions of time (in hours per day) devoted to each of certain activities, with a time scale, ranging from 0 to 24 hours per day, along the radius of the circle, as a square root scale.[1][2] This form of an ergograph is an example of a polar line graph or (because the data form "bands" on the graph) a polar strata graph or polar layer graph, the "polar" denoting the system of polar coordinates used on the graph.[3] In cartesian form, the X axis is marked for the months of the year, and the Y axis is marked with the scale(s) of the activity/activities

In polar form, the months of the year are marked around the circumference, forming 30° sectors. Concentric lines disp

2.

Ergograph

could show the proportions of time (in hours per day) devoted to each of certain activities, with a time scale, ranging from 0 to 24 hours per day, along the radius of the circle, as a square root scale.[1][2] This form of an ergograph is an example of a polar line graph or (because the data form "bands" on the graph) a polar strata graph or polar layer graph, the "polar" denoting the system of polar coordinates used on the graph.[3] In cartesian form, the X axis is marked for the months of the year, and the Y axis is marked with the scale(s) of the activity/activities

In polar form, the months of the year are marked around the circumference, forming 30° sectors. Concentric lines display the value being measured. For example an ergograph could show the proportions of time (in hours per day) devoted to each of certain activities, with a time scale, ranging from 0 to 24 hours per day, along the radius of the circle, as a square root scale.[1][2] This form of an ergograph is an example of a polar line graph or (because the data form "bands" on the graph) a polar strata graph or polar layer graph, the "polar" denoting the system of polar coordinates used on the graph.[3] In cartesian form, the X axis is marked for the months of the year, and the Y axis is marked with the scale(s) of the activity/activities In polar form, the

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