Scatter Chart Example: Age vs Expenditure on Entertainment

The best way to understand Scatter Chart is to look at some examples of Scatter Chart and start drawing your own. You can now modify the Scatter Chart example below using Visual Paradigm's online Scatter Chart tool.

What is Scatter Chart?

Unlike line chart, which does not allow logarithmic scale, the axes of a scatter chart can be logarithmically scaled. As some information may have a square, cubic, or n-powered relation rather than a linear relation. If using a linear scale for these data, it is believed that the chart may be huge as the trend is logarithmic. However, as the main purpose of a scatter chart is to discover is there exist a correlation, it is recommended to use a logarithmic scale for these cases.

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