scatter diagram

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scatter diagram

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scatter diagram

n
(Statistics) statistics a graph that plots along two axes at right angles to each other the relationship between two variable quantities, such as height and weight
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scatter diagram

ndiagramma m di dispersione
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Group norms are established based on transferable skills, such as respect, punctuality, responsibility, and listening, and are reinforced by means of a star and dot chart. Behaviors that warrant a dot (punishment) are clearly defined in observable behaviors that the children need to adhere to while in the groups.
Consider as well the famous 'dot chart' showing Fed forecasts.
Each week, a student received a dot chart. The student would receive a "dot" on their chart if they chose to engage in any of the targeted off-task behaviors.