A scatter plot uses dots to show the relationship between two variables, one plotted along the x-axis and one plotted along the y-axis. By displaying the variables in each axis in this way you can detect if there is a relationship or correlation between the two variables. A scatter plot is also known as a scatter graph or scatter chart and is a useful two-dimensional data visualisation which can display a lot of information.
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Our online graph maker is easy to use so you can create an awesome data visualisation in minutes. You can share your chart or graph by copying the link or sharing directly to Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Whatsapp or Reddit. Embed your chart straight into your website, Wordpress or Squarespace. Your Scatter Plotupdates in real time so once you’ve embedded a chart your content will stay evergreen. Any time you make updates to your chart, it will immediately reflect everywhere you have shared or embedded it. Read more about evergreen content on our blog here.
Your online chart will be instantly created so all you need to do is add data. You can type your data straight into the editor or paste your data. You can link your charts to any data source like the World Bank or World Health Organization. Upload an excel file, link a google sheet or paste your data from Wikipedia. Edit the colour pallet and add a title to personalise your graph. You can also add a description and detail explaining the source of your data.
Other people have made these cool charts using our online Scatter Plot maker.