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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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What's interesting is that every time a metric is released, it comes with a scatter graph much like that shown on the left.
Caption: Exhibit 3 Scatter Graph Comparing CSR and Newsweek Rankings
The above scatter graph shows that these (X,Y) pairs are reasonably randomly Distributed--an indicator that there is no strong relationship between these two variables.
In this study, two statistical measurement methods, a scatter graph and the RES index were used as the evaluation criteria to confirm the observations from Fig.
The scatter graph summarizes scores in this category, while the quadrants of the figure represent areas of opportunity for improving the bank-insurer relationship.
Create a scatter graph of rates of return, with the market rates of return on the X-axis and the Stock's rate of return on the Y-axis, as shown in the textbook.
Students will also need to determine whether to plot a scatter graph or a bar graph, depending on prior experience.
A formula must be created to describe the regression line so it will overlay a scatter graph of the individual data points.
One solution is to define an object as a set of discrete points and choose to display the chart as a scatter graph like the one shown below.
Users can select fields from query result sets and generate either a Line Graph, Bar Chart, Scatter Graph or Pie Chart.