 semilog paper

Paper with horizontal and vertical rules, the one collection spaced according to a logarithmic scale and the other evenly.
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semilog — semˈi log or semi logarithˈmic adjective (of graph paper, graphs, etc) having an arithmetical scale on the x axis and a logarithmic scale on the y axis (also called single log or single logarithmic; cf ↑log log under ↑log2) • • • Main Entry:… … Useful english dictionary
loglog — I. ˈ ̷ ̷ˈ ̷ ̷ noun (plural log logs) Etymology: log (IV) : the logarithm of a logarithm II. adjective 1. : involving or expressed in terms of log logs … Useful english dictionary
semilogarithmic — semˈi log or semi logarithˈmic adjective (of graph paper, graphs, etc) having an arithmetical scale on the x axis and a logarithmic scale on the y axis (also called single log or single logarithmic; cf ↑log log under ↑log2) • • • Main Entry:… … Useful english dictionary
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