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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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Scatterplots and K-means cluster analysis were used to determine clusters of participants based on their EOP and SWP scores.
Finally, we compare our imputed wage and salary income to that of the CE, presenting densities and a scatterplot analogous to those presented earlier.
Figure 10 shows a scatterplot of incurred expenses (horizontal axis) and charged expenses (vertical axis).
Figure 2 (in Appendix) gives a scatterplot of all variables specified in equation (1).
Correlations and scatterplot matrix to show the temporal stability of the spatial pattern of soil respiration measurements in NP1 grid 1.
The scatterplot of national IQ and unemployment suggested that the relationship is not linear, especially during the first period when international unemployment is lower, so we fitted a non-linear equation using least squares estimation of the parameters.
2) Figure 1 presents a scatterplot of prices of many individual goods and services versus a single wage rate (hourly wage paid to domestic help) in more than 100 capital cities of the world.
Generally, these methods vary including also methods based on the information derived from a scatterplot developed between satellite-derived vegetation index (VI) and surface radiometric temperature (Ts) measures.
The method was developed to be used on all point-based visualization methods such as scatterplot, radviz, polyviz and linear projections.
In the ideal situation, a scatterplot of pause duration against previous syllable rate would look something like Fig.