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scatterplot

 [skat´er-plot]
a plot in rectangular coordinates of paired observations of two random variables, each observation plotted as one point on the graph; the scatter or clustering of points provides an indication of the strength of the relationship between the two variables.
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In each scatterplot, categories are plotted to show how strongly associated they are with each dimension.
2 Scatterplot of individual log k values on the x-axis and corresponding AUC values on the y-axis.
Calibrated predictions for the 360 inputs of Grid1 control input combinations and the associated Pareto Set and Front obtained from these inputs, (a) Matrix scatterplot of the 2D projections of Grid 1 with the Pareto Set shown as filled diamonds, (b) 3D scatterplot of the calibrated predictions with the corresponding Pareto Front shown as filled diamonds and the 19 observations from the original physical experiment shown as crosses.
The homework we considered was from a chapter on scatterplots.
A scatterplot shows the relationship between the number of trees harvested per accumulation and cycle time (Fig.
Dunmire (1955) found that a bivariate scatterplot of the ratio of the pubic length to the ischium length against the pubic width separated male from female innommates of Peromyscus and Microtus.
In stylometry, it is common practice to use PCA to produce a visualization of the original texts as points in a scatterplot, which is said to capture the main stylistic variation in a data set (see Figures ta and b).