verb (used with object), di·a·gramed or di·a·grammed, di·a·gram·ing or di·a·gram·ming.
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Origin of diagram
OTHER WORDS FROM diagramdi·a·gram·ma·ble, adjectivemis·di·a·grammed, adjectiveun·di·a·gramed, adjectiveun·di·a·grammed, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for diagram
Done at the scale of an entire brain, the effort constitutes a complete wiring diagram, or the connectome.An Existential Crisis in Neuroscience - Issue 94: Evolving|Grigori Guitchounts|December 30, 2020|Nautilus
These diagrams involve vast, tedious computations that are hard to carry out with precision as particle collisions grow more complex.A Mathematician’s Unanticipated Journey Through the Physical World|Kevin Hartnett|December 16, 2020|Quanta Magazine
In the diagram to the right, the arrows indicate which tastes work to counterbalance one another.There’s a science to food pairing, and you can learn it here|Peter Coucquyt, Bernard Lahousse, and Johan Langenbick|October 22, 2020|Popular Science
This last game will put you in a Conway frame of mind — you’ll be doodling little diagrams and creating different structures, just as he did with his Sprouts game and the Game of Life.Celebrating the Playful Magic of John Horton Conway|Pradeep Mutalik|October 15, 2020|Quanta Magazine
The late Robert May, a pioneering physicist turned ecologist, helped launch the field of chaos theory when he discovered that an equation used to model the population growth of insects produced a bifurcation diagram.A Physicist’s Approach to Biology Brings Ecological Insights|Gabriel Popkin|October 13, 2020|Quanta Magazine
The task of diagramming a territory for invasion is one after Henry H. Rogers' own heart.Frenzied Finance|Thomas W. Lawson
In diagramming anything Flint could come to be certain that he had been a slow one.Matisse Picasso and Gertrude Stein|Gertrude Stein