Looking at data over a number of years and finding patterns, you can use this information to extrapolate future patterns. A trend means that the same series of events is happening over and over. For example, if there is a trend of constant sales each year with a decrease of sales in winter that is offset by an increase in the summer, a person might extrapolate this to predict that sales will continue to be low in the winter. A store manager might use this information to offer additional products in the winter to help hedge against a drop in sales that time of year. However, forecasting isn't done quickly by just looking at a graph. Forecasters may translate the patterns of a graph into a formula to better predict what will happen in the future. They also may use spreadsheet software, which typically comes with built-in trend forecasting tools.
Ella ▲ is alike in pronunciation to Aila , Aili , Alah , Alaia ▲ , Alea , Aley , Aliah ▲ , Aloe , Ayala , Ayla ▲ , Eilah , Eiley , Elia , Elois , Eula ▼ , Eulah , Ila ▼ , Illia , Ola ▼ , Olia , Olla , Willa ▲ , Willy , Yula and Yulia . Other recommended sound-alike names are Arla , Cala , Dola , Eda ▼ , Edra , Efua , Eilat , Elba , Elda ▼ , Elga , Elida , Elina , Eliz , Eliza ▲ , Elka , Ellba , Ellga , Ellke , Ellma , Ellsi , Ellyza , Elma ▼ , Elssa , Elvia , Elysa , Elza , Ema , Enya , Erla , Erma ▼ , Esta ▼ , Etna , Euna , Galla , Hella , Isla ▲ , Jola , Kyla , Lala , Lalla , Lolla , Nela , Nella , Nila , Nola , Nula , Pella , Rilla ▼ , Vala and Zilla . These names tend to be less commonly used than Ella.