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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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The scatter diagram demonstrate a significant correlation between foot length and weight ([r.sup.2] = 0.948; p<0.01) and between foot length and length ([r.sup.2] = 0.94; p<0.01).
According to Ter Braak [14], the length of the factor on the scatter diagram indicates the degree of its impact on the species distribution along this gradient.