Living graph

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In terms of knowledge representation, a living graph (also referred to as a "lifeline", "living timeline"[1] or "fortune line".[2]) is a graph similar to a chronology timeline which places events along a vertical axis to reflect changes over time. The vertical axis can be used to represent many factors, such as relative importance, degrees of success/failure, danger/safety or happiness/sadness. In this sense they have been described as being "timelines with attitude".[1]

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  1. ^ a b Dawson, Ian; Dawson, Patricia Ann. "Introducing Living Graphs". Retrieved 25 March 2010.  from Thinking History website
  2. ^ "Living Graphs and Fortune Lines" (pdf). The National Strategies. Retrieved 25 March 2010. 

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