A scatter chart has two value axes: a horizontal (x) and a vertical (y) value axis. It combines x and y values into single data points and shows them in irregular intervals, or clusters. Scatter charts are typically used for showing and comparing numeric values, like scientific, statistical, and engineering data. A quadrant chart is a type of chart that allows you to visualize points on a scatter plot in four distinct quadrants.
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