Scatter Plot Essential terms you should know.

Scatter Plot A Term You Need to Know

A scatter plot is a graphical representation of two sets of data, where each individual data point is plotted as a point in a two-dimensional coordinate system. The horizontal axis represents one set of data, while the vertical axis represents the other. The plotted points are not connected by lines, hence the name “scatter plot.” The scatter plot is used to visualize the relationship, if any, between the two sets of data.

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