Scatter Chart Example: Douglas Fir Biometrics


Bases on the given data, in this Scatter Chart you can see the influence of growing factors such as soil type, elevation etc. This particular study gather data such as circumference, horizontal distance, angle and height of the Douglas firs.

You can edit this Scatter Chart template to reflect your own data structure. Just click Use this Template to start. Or you can create your own by clicking the Blank button

What is Scatter Chart?

A scatter chart is often used when the correlation and causation between two variables are unknown. Scatter chart allows users plotting makers freely on the chart, whether there is one or none independent variable. A line of best fit will normally be drawn if there exist an obvious correlations, if not, the Pearson product -moment correlation coefficient can be calculated to determine if there is a correlation or not.

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