I have a confusion regarding LIBOR curves. I understand what LIBOR means, but what exactly is meant by a LIBOR curve? I would imagine a curve where on the x-axis is time and y-axis the 6-month LIBOR so basically the LIBOR 6M curve is the forward curve, i.e what we think the 6m LIBOR will be on a future date from now.
Now looking into the data I have, it gives me the 6-month LIBOR for a set of tenors (say 1 up to 1300). How do I interpret these numbers? It looks like a yield curve, but I don't know what exactly is meant by, say a 10-day maturity for 6M-LIBOR? Can someone provide me with a clear example?