scattergram


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scat·ter·gram

 (skăt′ər-grăm′)

scattergram

(ˈskætəˌɡræm)
n
another name for scatter diagram
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Visual knowledge is paramount for meaning making in Gapminder World with the foregrounding of 2D and 3D scattergram charts, symbols, numerical symbols and maps.
Cells with increased fluorescence such as macrophages and mesothelial cells are also counted in DIFF scattergram.
The predictive utility of the DIBELS ORF scores is depicted in Figure 2 as a scattergram of the relationship between DIBELS classifications of risk and CSAP classifications of proficiency.
Figure 12 shows a scattergram of correlations between pairs of countries for IP growth (horizontal axis) and CPI inflation (vertical axis) for the 2002:01-2008:8 period on the left side and the 2008:09-2014:04 period on the right side.
Figure 2 shows a scattergram of the estimated 90th percentile values of fecal coliform concentrations collected from conditionally approved areas in all seven bays during both the open and closed periods from April 30, 2001, to December 9, 2010.
the left half, with legislative strength scores < 14, resembles a scattergram if one ignores the regression line and the confidence intervals.
The DIFF scattergram from the XE2100 analyser contained a large grey-out area where the population of eosinophils normally locates (Figure 1).
Interestingly, students were focused on their own data point within the scattergram with comments such as "This is me (pointing at the appropriate data point) and "This is how tall I am and how fast I walk".
A scattergram of the marks obtained by two different methods was also prepared separately (Chart 2).
Figure 3 reports the simple scattergram from the cycle period according to the musical cadence imposed.
0 mediante el analisis discriminante se obtuvo el scattergram para las funciones canonicas discriminantes 1 y 2, el analisis de clasificacion y la funcion canonica con el metodo de mahalanobis.