Scatter Chart Example: Leachable Lead Concentrations in CRTs


With this Scatter Chart we can see lead concentrations based on different manufactures and the year of which the product was manufactured. This will show us a relationship between those factors to conclude our leachable lead concentrations chart.

Feel free to edit this Scatter Chart template with you own set of data. Just click Use this Template to start. Or you can create your own by clicking the Create Blank button.

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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