Graphical analysis

Definition (1):

Graphical analysis is a graphical depiction of data using charts, figures, and graphs. It is particularly useful in helping managers digest large volumes of data.

This kind of analysis displays an easy-to-understand format of a large amount of data.

For Example:

A marketing manager may look at a graph to study the sales growth of Product A.

Definition (2):

The Graphical analysis is “the method of analysis which performs graphing by taking the input from data tables”.’ It is used for calculating tangents, integrals, statistics, and interpolations. It can be performed by creating charts, graphs, figures, data tables, histograms, and FFTs (Fast Fourier Transforms).

 Automatic curve fits can be performed with this analysis. The graphs or curves can also be adjusted with it for the needed parameters. The comparison of different parameters is possible and it can be easily understood in this analysis.

Graphical analysis performs an important role in the field of electrical engineering. It has various uses in electrical systems. The features of different parameters in electrical systems like the voltage, current, power, torque, efficiency, and speed are analyzed by this analysis easily.

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