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scat·ter·gram

 (skăt′ər-grăm′)
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scattergram

(ˈskætəˌɡræm)
n
another name for scatter diagram
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Younger students who may not be familiar with scattergraphs may suggest subtracting arm span length from height to see if the results are zero or close to zero.
Comparison of measurements with each method under investigation and measurements by HPLC (as independent variable) were made by constructing scattergraphs around lines of agreement, and by fitting the points to a straight line by the least-squares method.
The scattergraphs for this second data set are similar to the earlier graphs; there still is no apparent trend that would indicate a systematic relationship among the variables.