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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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Caption: FIG 6: Scatter chart showing each LSR simulation design against the maximum air entrapped.
Caption: Figure 2--3D scatter chart to evaluate multiple simulated designs simultaneously
The positioning of EPPs on the scatter chart helps to identify the EPPs which should be improved and indicates the general cause of action for the improvement of EPPs.
Plot electricity use against production volume (processed amount of plastic) in the month as a scatter chart. Use the spreadsheet to find the equation of the linear line of best-fit.
Plot a scatter chart of the kwh energy usage versus pounds or kilograms processed for a minimum of 12 data points.
The scatter charts (see p.6) are very telling, and the hemoglobin graphs are explosive.
This is a collection of scatter charts. It shows you how many people voted or turnout on the bottom or x-axis.
New features include task colors for better visualization of project plans, new scatter charts to slice and dice data in real-time, ability to create multiple milestones in a project at one go, bulk addition of tasks, bulk project, and user edit to name a few.
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In this category there are: * Freelance Plus (Lotus Development Corp.): This package allows the user to create the most common business chart formats, such as vertical or horizontal bar charts, line, pie, and scatter charts and to output the graphs to a wide range of devices.
• Four new chart types - waterfall, heatmap, bubble and scatter charts - which were added in response to customer demand, and offer customers more options for visualizing their data.
These visualizations include: Matrices, Cluster Maps and Timelines; Flow Diagrams, Entity Relationship Diagrams, and diagrams based on industry standard notations BPMN, EPC, UML and ArchiMate; Bar charts, Bubble charts, Pie charts, Scatter charts, Radar charts and Sunburst charts; and more specialist visualizations including Geographic Maps, Gauges, Tree Maps, Dashboards, a Business Model canvas, and full 3D visualizations.