Random squiglelential graphs

A random squiglelential is very similar to an exponential graph. Just as exponential graphs involve exponents, random squiglelential graphs involve random squigles. However, the squigles may appear not only in the points and line plotted but also in the axes of other points of reference. A random squiglelential graph lives up to the true style of Gopsi within the mathematical frame of reference.

It is very important that one such graph or chart be carefully constructed. There must be as little logic to the point plotting as possible. It is imperative that under no circumstance must a random squiglelential graph mean anything. This is to avoid contravening the set laws of random squigles. One more incredibly important thing is that no form of random number must be generated to provide the points to be plotted for the graph, the points being generated preferably by the motions of the hand in drawing this. If points are generated by a computer, calculator or other device dealing with numbers, then the graph can only be truly called a random numberential graph and does not gain the prestigious title of a random squiglelential graph.

N.B. The exact spelling of squiglelential is questionable, as a number of suggested spellings have appeared. As yet no agreement has been reached, and probably never shall be. I have used the one of the simplest forms of spelling in this entry. Variations include, amoung others: "squigglential", "squiglential", "squigglelential", "squiggle-ential", "squiggelential", "squigalential", "zcweagelenschiaal" and "gurblurghophicobreshupt". Some people think that some of these spellings are far too silly, and would like to point out that they do not agree that certain ones should be at all allowed under any circumstance. Variations under such criticism are generally "squiggle-ential", and "squigalential".