XY Scatter chart is one of the simplest types of chart. It is a collection of plotted points that represent specific data in a pool of information. The XY Scatter Java chart, which is also a part of ElegantJ Charts Library, allows the user to consider a larger scope of data for the purpose of determining trends. For example, to plot a number of people interviewed and their various wages and education levels, one can use the educational level as the X-axis that increases as one moves on the right side, while the salary or wages can be displayed on the Y-axis.
Components and functions of XYScatter Charts:
XYScatter chart is used when you want to see if there is a relationship between two different
sets of data.
XYScatter chart is essentially the plotted dots without any connecting line.
In case of a perfect relationship, the dots would form a straight line angling up and right.
However, if the daily temperature is plotted in this type of chart, you can see the trend of rising
or falling of the dots as per the change in temperature.
For XYScatter chart, the following statistics can be calculated:
Sum: The sum value in the series.
Count: The count value in the series.
Valid Count: The valid count value in the series.
Average: The average value in the series.
Valid Average: The valid average value in the series.
Maximum: The maximum value in the series.
Minimum: The minimum value in the series.
ElegantJ Charts offers these sub-types of XYScatter chart: