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Tracing may refer to:
- Tracing (law), a process by which a one demonstrates the ownership of property to be awarded a claim based on this information
- Tracing (criminology), a subject that aims to determine crime scene activity from trace evidence left at crime scenes
- Tracing of family members, a service provided by the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement
- Tracing (as with a gun or camera), tracking an object, as with the use of tracer ammunition
- Tracing (art), copying an object or drawing, especially with the use of translucent tracing paper
- Image tracing, digital image processing to convert raster graphics into vector graphics
- Tracing (software), a method of debugging in computer programming
- Call tracing, a procedure in telephony that permits an entitled user to be informed about the routing of data for an established connection
- Dye tracing, tracking various flows using dye added to the liquid in question
- Anterograde tracing and Retrograde tracing, biological research techniques used to map the connections of neurons
- Tracking and tracing, a process of monitoring the location and status of property in transit
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