time series

noun
a set of observations, results, or other data obtained over a period of time, usually at regular intervals: Monthly sales figures, quarterly inventory data, and daily bank balances are all time series.

Origin:
1890–95

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time series
 
n
statistics a series of values of a variable taken in successive periods of time

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Example sentences
As per the chart of the day, would have liked to see some time series data on
  the factors in a table.
The time series of brightness measurements for a star is called a light curve.
The key is to regularly scope in and out of the system in a a time series way
  of studies.
The further problem is this: highly predictable changes in orbital do not match
  the temperature time series of ancient climates.
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