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What word can best describe multiple charts put together?

(Graphs, in math context - not projections or business)

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What kind of charts? What is the context, in other words? –  JeffSahol Sep 19 '11 at 16:17
    
Graphs, in math context - not projections/business –  David Sep 19 '11 at 16:21
    
A manifold. (This is a math joke, not a real answer.) –  Henry Sep 20 '11 at 2:34
    
A polygraph? ;) –  Kris Jun 19 '13 at 5:55
    
Why the (4) close votes? Where are the 4 corresponding definitive, convincing answers? –  Kris Jun 19 '13 at 5:59
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closed as general reference by Carlo_R., tchrist, MετάEd, Brian Hooper, JoseK Jun 19 '13 at 10:16

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If by "put together" you mean printed next to each other on a page, "multiplot" is commonly used (at least in gnuplot discussions and documentation). If you mean printed on various pages to make up a concise and definitive reference work, "compendium" would apply.

I assume you are not speaking of an atlas and I note that none of the wiktionary-listed senses of "canon" or "folio" or "compilation" seem appropriate, or I'd have suggested one of those terms.

The previously-suggested "set of charts" and "chart set" phrases seem usable, albeit verbose in that either of "this set of charts" or "this chart set" can be shortened to "these charts" [or "these nomograms" if the charts are in aid of computation].

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Multiplot doesn't seem to be a standard word, but I think I'll adopt it anyway. –  David Sep 20 '11 at 17:50
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I do not know of a more specialized word than set, so would call them a set of charts, or a chart set.

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