Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To plot again; make use of the replotter (which see).
- v. To plot again
- re- + plot (Wiktionary)
“I had to stop and rethink and replot a number of times.”
“The cuts to consider are those – such as a higher state pension age or the axing of Trident – which replot that course.”
“I finished summarizing the plot of the existing draft as a starting point so that I have all of the old events in mind as I replot it with some significant changes.”
“But once I created that character, he had to have his own agenda, and that agenda has now, as I approach the end of the book, forced me to completely replot the last 20,000 words or so.”
“Now that they knew some of the resistance they would encounter, the commanders would replot their strategy.”
“No more, when I veer off course, will she replot my route while chiding me with her terse, "Recalculating.”
“Maybe SteveM or Willis would be kind enough to replot the data with the correct errors?”
“He ordered the helm to replot our course, and notified the fleet commanders.”
“They can replot the figures, and they need to clean the whole thing up and there are lots of good journals.”
“I suggest that you replot the data as a true histogram, i.e., as a stairstep function and add error bars.”
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