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Graph may refer to:
In information science:
- Chart, a graphical representation of data also called a "graph"
- Infographic, a graph intermixing data and visual or textual information
- Graph (discrete mathematics), a set of vertices and edges
- Graph theory, the study of such graphs
- Graph of a function
In computer science:
- Graph (abstract data type), an abstract data type representing relationships or connections
- Conceptual graph, a model for knowledge representation and reasoning
- HMS Graph (P715), a submarine of the Royal Navy (United Kingdom)
- Grapheme (linguistics)
- -graphy (suffix from the Greek for "describe," "write" or "draw")
- Graff (disambiguation)
- List of information graphics software
- Statistical graphics
- Complex network
- Graph database
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