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Graphs quotes by Albert Laszlo Barabasi
#1. In retrospect, Euler's unintended message is very simple: Graphs or networks have properties, hidden in their construction, that limit or enhance our ability to do things with them. For more than two centuries the layout of Konigsberg's graph limited its citizens' ability to solve their coffeehouse problem. But a change in the layout, the addition of only one extra link, suddenly removed this constraint. #Quote by Albert Laszlo Barabasi
Graphs quotes by Liz Reinhardt
#2. His mouth closes in on mine, and that single second before our lips meet spins out for eternity. And it makes graphs and flow-charts and PowerPoints underlining all the reasons we should absolutely not be doing this.
But we are.
We so completely are.
Winch walks me back to the bed and lies me down, his entire body pressed long and perfectly weighted over mine. He kisses me with a gentle, coaxing pressure for a few minutes, like he's taking my temperature, gauging my heart rate, and determining if I'm in.
I'm all in. #Quote by Liz Reinhardt
Graphs quotes by Charlie Munger
#3. Mankind invented a system to cope with the fact that we are so intrinsically lousy at manipulating numbers. It's called the graph. #Quote by Charlie Munger
Graphs quotes by Chris Bennett
#4. People will come to your site because you have good compelling content. You need to hit it from all angles: blog posts, articles, graphs, data, infographics, interactive content - even short pictures when you Tweet. #Quote by Chris Bennett
Graphs quotes by Christina Lauren
#5. I cleared my throat and began my presentation. As I moved through the different aspects of the proposal, he stayed silent, staring directly at his copy. Why was he so calm? His temper tantrums I could handle. But the eerie silence? It was unnerving.

I was leaning over the table, gesturing toward a set of graphs, when it happened.

"Their timeline for the first milestone is a little ambi-" I stopped midsentence, my breath caught in my throat. His hand pressed gently into my lower back before sliding down, settling on the curve of my ass. In the nine months I had worked for him, he had never intentionally touched me.

This was most definitely intentional. #Quote by Christina Lauren
Graphs quotes by Jack Kerouac
#6. Anybody can write, but not everybody invents new forms of writing. Gertrude Stein invented a new form of writing and her imitators are just 'talents.' Hemingway later invented his own form also. The criterion for judging talent or genius is ephemeral, speaking rationally in this world of graphs, but one gets the feeling definitely when a writer of genius amazes him by strokes of force never seen before and yet hauntingly familiar. #Quote by Jack Kerouac
Graphs quotes by Erik Qualman
#7. To effectively leverage the social graph, every company needs to understand that they need to make their information easily transferable. #Quote by Erik Qualman
Graphs quotes by Lisa See
#8. But there are certain books I would never put on a Kindle because you want to be able to look at graphs and photos or the footnotes and maps. You can't see that. #Quote by Lisa See
Graphs quotes by Ursula K. Le Guin
#9. There seems to be a firewall in my mind against ideas expressed in numbers and graphs rather than words, or in abstract words such as Sin or Creativity. I just don't understand. And incomprehension is boredom. #Quote by Ursula K. Le Guin
Graphs quotes by Eliezer Yudkowsky
#10. The important graphs are the ones where some things are not connected to some other things. When the unenlightened ones try to be profound, they draw endless verbal comparisons between this topic, and that topic, which is like this, which is like that; until their graph is fully connected and also totally useless. #Quote by Eliezer Yudkowsky
Graphs quotes by Sean Parker
#11. Facebook isn't helping you make new connections, Facebook doesn't develop new relationships, Facebook is just trying to be the most accurate model of your social graph. There's a part of me that feels somewhat bored by all of this. #Quote by Sean Parker
Graphs quotes by Kenneth Grant
#12. Spare's drawings were always inspired by the New Aesthetic, the New Sexuality. They amount almost to masturbation in line; the line coils and curls upon itself and mounts the steep incline of ecstasy as the amazing sigils are woven into a complex web of dream. To follow closely the line of some of his Sabbatic drawings is to leave earth and dive obliquely between those spaces that Lovecraft celebrated in his nightmare tales. Such drawings are themselves the gateway to the Sabbath; one is drawn into a vortex and whirled down the funnel of consciousness which explodes into unknown worlds. Spare would not reveal the magical graphs that unsealed the cells of these eldritch dimensions… #Quote by Kenneth Grant
Graphs quotes by Ashton Kutcher
#13. If Facebook gets your entire social graph, you don't necessarily want to share everything with your entire social graph. You might wanna parse that social graph. So there's a company called PASS that is a private social network that I personally use for my friends and my family. #Quote by Ashton Kutcher
Graphs quotes by Johan Harstad
#14. How desperate is it possible to be
That's something that's never been researched.
There are no statistics.
There are no graphs to compare oneself with.
No diagrams with uplifting figures.
I could still change my mind.
Go back to bed.
It'll sort itself out all this I thought.
No it won't I thought. It really won't. #Quote by Johan Harstad
Graphs quotes by Liam Neeson
#15. I did, although I didn't read from page 1 to page 187 but I read chunks of it. I did a little bit of science when I was in the university so I was able to understand the graphs and pie charts and stuff like that. It was extremely dry. #Quote by Liam Neeson
Graphs quotes by Christof Koch
#16. This brings me to an objection to integrated information theory by the quantum physicist Scott Aaronson. His argument has given rise to an instructive online debate that accentuates the counterintuitive nature of some IIT's predictions.
Aaronson estimates phi.max for networks called expander graphs, characterized by being both sparsely yet widely connected. Their integrated information will grow indefinitely as the number of elements in these reticulated lattices increases. This is true even of a regular grid of XOR logic gates. IIT predicts that such a structure will have high phi.max. This implies that two-dimensional arrays of logic gates, easy enough to build using silicon circuit technology, have intrinsic causal powers and will feel like something. This is baffling and defies commonsense intuition. Aaronson therefor concludes that any theory with such a bizarre conclusion must be wrong.
Tononi counters with a three-pronged argument that doubles down and strengthens the theory's claim. Consider a blank featureless wall. From the extrinsic perspective, it is easily described as empty. Yet the intrinsic point of view of an observer perceiving the wall seethes with an immense number of relations. It has many, many locations and neighbourhood regions surrounding these. These are positioned relative to other points and regions - to the left or right, above or below. Some regions are nearby, while others are far away. There are triangular interactions, and so on. All #Quote by Christof Koch
Graphs quotes by Heather O'Rourke
#17. My Panasonic typewriter can make graphs. It types in four different colors. #Quote by Heather O'Rourke
Graphs quotes by Burt Rutan
#18. I was shocked to find that there were actually climate scientists who wouldn't share the raw data, but would only share their conclusions in summary graphs that were used to prove their various theories about planet warming. In fact I began to smell something really bad, and the worse that smell got, the deeper I looked. #Quote by Burt Rutan
Graphs quotes by Cecelia Ahern
#19. But if they are serious, then my job is to be solely responsible for the running of all aspects of the resort and I'll have to liaise with the head office and provide weekly reports. I've never had to "liaise" before. It sounds sexy and dangerous. Any job that tells me that I have to "liaise" with the big boys in the head office is a winner to me. I can picture myself all dolled up in a cocktail dress at a work "do" standing in a circle with the other "suits" speaking in hushed tones about graphs and pie charts and financial reports. If people ask us what we're doing, I can say dismissively, "Oh don't mind us, we're just liaising…"

Ahern, Cecelia (2005-02-01). Love, Rosie (pp. 173-174). Hachette Books. Kindle Edition. #Quote by Cecelia Ahern
Graphs quotes by J.M.K. Walkow
#20. A Nonstandard Graph, Elements and Operations, a Card Game Dialect A combination of the Mold dialects and Sandwich graphs, backed by axiomatic math, creates a unique space of science and fantasy. #Quote by J.M.K. Walkow
Graphs quotes by Roger Fry
#21. The painting is always conceived as the linear record of a rhythmic gesture: it is a graph of a dance executed by the hand. Not only the artist's eye and hand perform this dance, so does the eye of the beholder. #Quote by Roger Fry
Graphs quotes by Amit Singhal
#22. We at Google have made tremendous advances in understanding language. Our knowledge graph has been fundamental to that. The new algorithm that we launched today called Hummingbird has been a great leap forward. #Quote by Amit Singhal
Graphs quotes by Lyle McDonald
#23. There is a fairly common pattern in this field where folks go through about three distinct stages. it true of other areas.
1. You know that you know nothing: here you pretty much just use someone else's canned workouts since you don't know what you're doing
2. You know just enough to be dangerous. This is when everybody starts overcomplicating things. You see these insanely complicated training programs and periodization schemes. Lots of charts, graphs and flowcharts.
3. You realize that the above doesn't matter 999 times out of 1000 and you go back to keeping it simple. You realize that hard work on the basics + talent + time > everything else. #Quote by Lyle McDonald
Graphs quotes by Scott Simon
#24. A THOUSAND WORDS

My stepfather Ralph Newman was a merry and remarkable man, a former minor league second baseman who broke his nose on a double play ball and wound up opening the Abraham Lincoln Bookshop in Chicago. He was also president of the Chicago Public Library.

Ralph used to huff about that phrase, A picture is worth a thousand words and ask, "Does anyone really stop to figure out what you could do with a thousand words?"

And, rather in the way that my daughters and I trade, try out, and create stories with each other, my stepfather and I spread out a napkin and came up with this:

One picture is worth a thousand words? You give me a thousand words and I can give you:
the Lord's Prayer, the Twenty-third Psalm,
the Hippocratic Oath, a sonnet by Shakespeare, the Preamble to the Constitution, Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, the last graphs of Martin Luther King's speech to the March on Washington, and the final entry of Anne Frank's diary.

You give me a thousand words, and I don't think I'd trade you for any picture on earth. #Quote by Scott Simon
Graphs quotes by Ilya Ilf
#25. Fifteen of his clubs, dedicated to politics, music, and the performing arts, had all been developing strategic plans for the past two years. And the local branches of various societies--whose goals were to advance aviation, knowledge of chemistry, automotive transportation, equestrian sports, highway construction, as well as the prompt eradication of ethnic chauvinism--existed only in the sick imagination of the local union committee. As for the school of continuing education, of which Sardinevich was especially proud, it was constantly reorganizing itself, which, as anybody knows, means it wasn't undertaking any useful activity whatsoever. If Sardinevich were an honest man, he would probably have admitted that all these activities were essentially a mirage. But the local union committee used this mirage to concoct its reports, so at the next level up nobody doubted the existence of all those musico-political clubs. At that level, the school of continuing education was imagined as a large stone building filled with desks, where perky teachers draw graphs that show the rise of unemployment in the United States on their chalkboards, while mustachioed students develop political consciousness right in front of your eyes. #Quote by Ilya Ilf
Graphs quotes by Donald Miller
#26. Because it is so scatterbrained and has absolutely no charts and graphs, I'm actually quite surprised the Bible sells. #Quote by Donald Miller
Graphs quotes by Donald Miller
#27. The actual language of life is not the charts and graphs and stuff we map out to feel smart. The hidden language we are speaking is really about negotiating the feeling God used to give us. #Quote by Donald Miller
Graphs quotes by Norman L. Biggs
#28. The origins of graph theory are humble, even frivolous. #Quote by Norman L. Biggs
Graphs quotes by Grace Butcher
#29. my brain is many colors, vague,
like massed flowers:
total spectrum of petals
beginning with black.

I wear my costume inside
like blood and bones,
keep graphs of my ups and downs,
discover people laugh more
at my falls than at my flying.

The moral of this story is:
sad eyes need also tears. #Quote by Grace Butcher
Graphs quotes by Pablo
#30. He who skips graphs, graphs last". #Quote by Pablo
Graphs quotes by Charles Yu
#31. Look at that," he said. "How the ink bleeds." He loved the way it looked, to write on a thick pillow of the pad, the way the thicker width of paper underneath was softer and allowed for a more cushiony interface between pen and surface, which meant more time the two would be in contact for any given point, allowing the fiber of the paper to pull, through capillary action, more ink from the pen, more ink, which meant more evenness of ink, a thicker, more even line, a line with character, with solidity. The pad, all those ninety-nine sheets underneath him, the hundred, the even number, ten to the second power, the exponent, the clean block of planes, the space-time, really, represented by that pad, all of the possible drawings, graphs, curves, relationships, all of the answers, questions, mysteries, all of the problems solvable in that space, in those sheets, in those squares. #Quote by Charles Yu
Graphs quotes by Carl Hart
#32. In the animal research the graphs representing how hard an animal is willing to work for a food or drug reward were almost identical. Make access easy and provide few alternatives and animals will definitely eat a lot of sweet or fatty food, or take a lot of cocaine or heroin. #Quote by Carl Hart
Graphs quotes by Carmen Lawrence
#33. In the end we won't be judged as a society solely by our growth statistics or economic activity graphs. We will be judged by the quality of the life that we foster for all members of the community and the compassion we show for the disadvantaged. #Quote by Carmen Lawrence
Graphs quotes by Amy Engel
#34. Love isn't something you can legislate. Love is more than charts and graphs and matching interests. Love is messy and complicated and it is a mistake to deny its random magic. #Quote by Amy Engel
Graphs quotes by Clifford Geertz
#35. What the ethnographer is in fact faced with - except when (as, of course, he must do) he is pursuing the more automatized routines of data collection - is a multiplicity of complex conceptual structures, many of them superimposed upon or knotted into one another, which are at once strange, irregular, and inexplicit, and which he must contrive somehow first to grasp and then to render. And this is true at the most down-to-earth, jungle field work levels of his activity; interviewing informants, observing rituals, eliciting kin terms, tracing property lines, censusing households ... writing his journal. Doing ethnography is like trying to read (in the sense of "construct a reading of") a manuscript - foreign, faded, full of ellipses, incoherencies, suspicious emendations, and tendentious commentaries, but written not in conventionalized graphs of sound but in transient examples of shaped behavior. #Quote by Clifford Geertz
Graphs quotes by Osamu Dazai
#36. One day, I went to a soba restaurant outside town, and while I was waiting for the zarusoba I opened an old graph magazine. There was a picture of an exhausted, lonely kneeling woman who wore a checked patterned yukata after the tradegy of a large earthquake. With the intensity of my chest ready to burn up, I fell in love with that poor woman. I also felt a horrifying desire for her. Maybe tragedy and desire are back to back to one another. #Quote by Osamu Dazai
Graphs quotes by David Attenborough
#37. [W]hen we look at the graphs of rising ocean temperatures, rising carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and so on, we know that they are climbing far more steeply than can be accounted for by the natural oscillation of the weather ... What people (must) do is to change their behavior and their attitudes ... If we do care about our grandchildren then we have to do something, and we have to demand that our governments do something. #Quote by David Attenborough
Graphs quotes by Andrew Bird
#38. Songwriters can sort of get away with murder. You can throw out crazy theories and not have to back it up with data or graphs or research. #Quote by Andrew Bird
Graphs quotes by William O'Neil
#39. Logarithmic-scale graphs are of great value in analyzing stocks because they can clearly show acceleration or deceleration in the percentage rate of quarterly earnings increases. One inch anywhere on the price or earnings scale represents the same percentage change. This is not true of arithmetically scaled charts. On arithmetically scaled charts, a 100% price move from $10 to $20 shows the same space change as a 50% increase from $20 to $30. But a log-scale graph shows a 100% increase as twice as large as the 50% increase. Weekly charts in Daily Graphs Online are properly logarithmic. #Quote by William O'Neil
Graphs quotes by Daniel Hannan
#40. The statistics might have a Eurosceptic cast, but they are not exactly a fun read. Few of us want to wade through ONS graphs or European Commission tables. #Quote by Daniel Hannan
Graphs quotes by Timothy Gowers
#41. At the other end of the spectrum is, for example, graph theory, where the basic object, a graph, can be immediately comprehended. One will not get anywhere in graph theory by sitting in an armchair and trying to understand graphs better. Neither is it particularly necessary to read much of the literature before tackling a problem: it is of course helpful to be aware of some of the most important techniques, but the interesting problems tend to be open precisely because the established techniques cannot easily be applied. #Quote by Timothy Gowers
Graphs quotes by Paul Farmer
#42. Statistics or graphs,'" are not optimal to understand the 'experience of suffering.'" (qtd in Sutton 11) #Quote by Paul Farmer
Graphs quotes by Christopher Bollen
#43. I'm not some outdated alarm company, like Muldoon Security, singular. I'm offering a whole new variety of services, plural - water testing, soil graphs, toxic air readings, the security of this century. The security that you aren't being poisoned in your own home. #Quote by Christopher Bollen
Graphs quotes by Shinji Moon
#44. There is a shipwreck between your ribs and it took eighteen years
for me to understand how to understand your kind of drowning.
There are people who cannot be held quietly. There are screams
that are never externalized. If I looked at the photo albums of your
past twenty years, all I would find are decibel meter graphs of
phone calls and the intensity of your silence as you sat
smoking cigarettes in the garage.
There is a shipwreck between your ribs. You are a box with
fragile written on it, and so many people have not handled you
with care.
And for the first time, I understand that I will never know
how to apologize for being
one of them. #Quote by Shinji Moon
Graphs quotes by Charlie Cook
#45. Not a day goes by that I don't click on RealClearPolitics at least once, the presidential poll charts, graphs and moving averages are great. If RCP didn't already exist, somebody would have to invent it. #Quote by Charlie Cook
Graphs quotes by Lorrie Moore
#46. This is a Hieronymous Bosch of facts and figures and blood and graphs. #Quote by Lorrie Moore
Graphs quotes by Neal Stephenson
#47. What is BFR?" asked Pete Starling. For the graph's vertical scale was labeled thus. "Bolide Fragmentation Rate," Doob said. "The rate at which new rocks are being produced." "Is that a standard term?" Pete wanted to know. His tone was not so much hostile as unnerved. "No," Doob said, "I made it up. Yesterday. On the plane." He was tempted to add something like I am allowed to coin terms but didn't want things to get snarky this early in the meeting. #Quote by Neal Stephenson
Graphs quotes by J. C. R. Licklider
#48. About 85 per cent of my "thinking" time was spent getting into a position to think, to make a decision, to learn something I needed to know. Much more time went into finding or obtaining information than into digesting it. Hours went into the plotting of graphs ... When the graphs were finished, the relations were obvious at once, but the plotting had to be done in order to make them so. #Quote by J. C. R. Licklider
Graphs quotes by Joseph Loconte
#49. In The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, King Caspian tangles with slave traders who, with statistics and graphs, try to justify their operations as 'economic development.' Caspian wants the trade ended:
'But that would be putting the clock back,' gasped the governor. 'Have you no idea of progress, of development?'
'I have seen both in an egg,' said Caspian. 'We call it "Going Bad" in Narnia. This trade must stop. #Quote by Joseph Loconte

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