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  • n. Plural form of scatterplot.


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  • It wasn't a particular poll, it's an aggregate, as is clearly stated both in the above post, and obvious if you actually click the link and look at the graphs (scatterplots with a line average).

    Edwards Vs. Obama: A Tale Of Two Fundraisers

  • It means there is no clearly defined objective, no one person who can officially surrender, only graphs and scatterplots that walk off into an indefinite and bloody future.

    Stan Goff: Getting Off the Road

  • The variances on the means of these lines and scatterplots of the raw data do not show giant outliers for whom there are tremendous gains and losses.

    The inevitability of voice

  • Next I did scatterplots of RW versus MXD (repeating Figure 1 right panel) and RW versus log(RW,2).

    Jaemtland, an Esper Site « Climate Audit

  • Tableau's hope, of course, is that data jockeys using the site will fall in love with its visualization capabilities, which include everything from bar, line and area charts to data maps, scatterplots and sparklines.


  • The answers of a larger test group are presented with scatterplots and heatmaps.

    UX Magazine - Comments

  • In the absence of any developmental change the scatterplots should all lie along the line of identity, such that correlations across the brain are roughly the same in children and adults.

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

  • Instead, scatterplots are below the line of identity for

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

  • But if there are two things, it's not writing up a Worst Plays of the Decade list and scatterplots.


  • The most basic users can generate simple scatterplots, while advanced users get to control a variety of variables (e.g., elevation, more precise date ranges) and even the type of data modelling used to generate their reports.

    Anthony D. Williams


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