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It topped the charts, becoming number one in clicks for a Promoted Trend Spotlight across all verticals.

From Digiday

In fact, emerging markets is viewed as the top out-performer for the year ahead, as the chart below shows.

From Fortune

You can see this play out in the likes of energy and financials stocks, both ratcheting up impressive gains recently, as the chart shows.

From Fortune

You should include a flow chart in your plan—these demystify approval processes so team members send their material to the right people in the right order.

On the right, users can click into the Demand Generation Performance charts to view the campaigns and spend that drove that performance.

As it stands, Gallup and others have already been charting the growth in unaffiliated voters for decades.

Take this recent report in the New Yorker, charting the radicalization of a young Muslim convert from Long Island.

Charting her pregnancy, Carucci boldly catalogs her own changing form.

Part of the problem, politicos say, is Rove charting an untrammeled path for a political consultant.

The sheer amount of propaganda makes charting the future scope of the conflict difficult.

It is clearly unsuitable for photographing the Moon and planets, and for star charting.

Professor Prescott looked, saw a slender shallop charting her course among the stars, and for a moment was tempted.

Frequently she has sent out great charting expeditions to various parts of the world.

Here there was much tedious charting for Fitzroy, and Darwin could now leave the vessel for a lengthy trip on shore.

Slowly, but surely, the little steamer pushed her way up the river, making soundings and charting the river as she proceeded.


On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to charting, such as: aligning, banding, bounding, circumscribing, delimiting, and delineating.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.