Noun(1) a graphic character used in picture writing
(1) Create a bar graph, pie chart, or pictograph on a dry-erase board.(2) So is there any problem with the depiction of statistics in the pictograph ?(3) A pictograph is used to present statistics in a popular yet less statistical way to those who are not familiar with charts that contain numerical scales.(4) an ancient pictograph of the Great Goddess(5) It applies the same rules of simplicity and abstractions which the pictograph shows, but it is not based on statistics.(6) The exhibition provides a history of writing: pictogram , hieroglyph, cuneiform, alphabet, all of these are represented.(7) However, the main reason for the difference between Egyptian Hieroglyphs and Sumerian pictograms came from the difference in the writing materials used by the two ancient civilizations.(8) The pictographic system proved cumbersome and the characters were gradually simplified and their pictographic nature gave way to conventional signs that represented ideas.(9) In a world now dominated by alphabetic languages, Chinese, based on characters, remains a pictographic tongue.(10) Pictographs should be used carefully because the graphs may, either accidentally or deliberately, misrepresent the data.(11) The round harp is the classic string instrument of the earliest period in both regions; indeed, the earliest examples of Mesopotamian writing show a pictogram of a round harp.(12) The Bronze Age engravings in this region are symbolic pictograms , without any attempt at realism; there is also no indication that they should be evaluated as hieroglyphs or ideographs.(13) Their pictograms interpret the dark knight as a series of wedge shapes and crude drawings, which we can take to mean ├ö├ç├┐man-who-is-a-bat├ö├ç├û when we have become bored with trying to interpret them in any meaningful way.(14) Chinese writing originated, as all writing did, in what is commonly called pictography , that is, in the drawing of simple pictures to represent the word for the object in question.(15) From the earliest hunter-gatherer societies that left pictograms on rocky outcrops or caves, the natural progression from the development of speech and language has been the creation of a written or marked form of that language.(16) The Aztecs produced painted books written in pictograms rather than in words derived from an alphabet.
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