Scatter Chart Example: Arm Length on Grade 11


The scatter graph shows information about the height and the arm length of each of 8 students in Year 11. If we see the correlation between the student's height and arm length exhibit a trend, we can estimate the arm length of a student with the certain value of height given and vice-versa. In this chart above, it shows there is a positive correlation between the arm length and height. Suppose, a student in Year 11 has a height of 148 cm, we can predict the arm length of this student is around 84 cm.

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What is Scatter Chart?

A Scatter chart displays a series of points using Cartesian coordinates, where each point having an independent variable and a dependent variable, or having both variables independent. Scatter chart is mainly used to determine whether two variables are positively or negatively correlated, or have no correlation.

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