## Scatterplot matrix description

A Scatterplot displays the value of 2 sets of data on 2 dimensions. Each observation (or point) in a scatterplot has two coordinates; the first corresponds to the first piece of data in the pair (that’s the X coordinate; the amount that you go left or right). The second coordinate corresponds to the second piece of data in the pair (that’s the Y-coordinate; the amount that you go up or down). The point representing that observation is placed at the intersection of the two coordinates. Scatterplots are useful for interpreting trends in statistical data.

Our tool compares a set of types of data. For each data pair, it creates a scatter plot and finally a matrix is drawn.

In the example is drawn a scatter plot matrix based on six types of data: investments, investors, investment amount, funding date, number of articles, number of employees.

Thus it showed a 6×6 square matrix with 30 scatter plots, which are the combination of all six types of data.

## Scatterplot matrix

A Scatterplot displays the value of 2 sets of data on 2 dimensions. Each observation (or point) in a scatterplot has two coordinates; the first corresponds to the first piece of data in the pair (that’s the X coordinate; the amount that you go left or right). The second coordinate corresponds to the second piece of data in the pair (that’s the Y-coordinate; the amount that you go up or down). The point representing that observation is placed at the intersection of the two coordinates. Scatterplots are useful for interpreting trends in statistical data.

Our tool compares a set of types of data. For each data pair, it creates a scatter plot and finally a matrix is drawn.

In the example is drawn a scatter plot matrix based on six types of data: investments, investors, investment amount, funding date, number of articles, number of employees.

Thus it showed a 6×6 square matrix with 30 scatter plots, which are the combination of all six types of data.