plotter

  1. a planner who draws up a personal scheme of action
  2. a clerk who marks data on a chart
  3. a member of a conspiracy
  4. an instrument (usually driven by a computer) for drawing graphs or pictures

Plotter

The plotter is a computer printer for printing vector graphics. In the past, plotters were used in applications such as computer-aided design, though they have generally been replaced with wide-format conventional printers. A plotter gives a hard copy of the output. It draws pictures on paper using a pen. Plotters are used to print designs of ship...
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plotter

(from the article `dead reckoning`) A number of devices used for the determination of dead reckoning—such as a plotter (a protractor attached to a straightedge) and computing charts, ...
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plotter

[n] - a clerk who marks data on a chart 2. [n] - an instrument (usually driven by a computer) for drawing graphs or pictures
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Plotter

• (n.) One who plots or schemes; a contriver; a conspirator; a schemer.
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plotter

noun a clerk who marks data on a chart
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plotter

noun an instrument (usually driven by a computer) for drawing graphs or pictures
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Plotter

[instrument] In navigational instruments, a plotter is an instrument which marks the position of a vehicle on a map or chart. ==Types== Several types of plotters exist. These include manual and electronic plotters: ===Manual plotters=== ===Semi-electronic plotters=== ...
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Plotter

[RAF] Plotters were employed on an early form of air traffic monitoring that played a vital role in World War II, particularly during the Battle of Britain, The Blitz and the bombing of British cities that followed. They worked at individual RAF stations` Sector Control Rooms or in the central Group Control Rooms that directed the operation...
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Plotter

Plot'ter noun One who plots or schemes; a contriver; a conspirator; a schemer. Dryden.
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Plotter

A computer output device that draws images on paper using a pen. A plotter draws real lines rather t
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Plotter

A particular form of printer for output of graphical information, e.g. artwork, drawings, maps, graphs.
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plotter

Device that draws pictures or diagrams under computer control. Plotters are often used for producing business charts, architectural plans, and engineering drawings. Flatbed plotters move a pen up and down across a flat drawing surface, whereas roller plotters roll the drawing paper past the pen as it...
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