One of the best ways to visualize a relationship between two variables is through a scatter plot, which are often used to display correlations between variables and detect clusters, patterns or trends.
Simply upload your data to Visme’s scatter plot maker and fully customize the look of your graph, from the colors and fonts to the placement of axis titles and trend lines.
Import your information from Google Sheets and Excel or input manually. Change the size and color of fonts and titles. Insert other explanatory graphical elements such as backgrounds, icons, lines, text boxes and shapes.
Easily customize the placement of legends and labels. Adjust the color of each data point and choose from hundreds of different fonts. Adjust the line height and space between letters. Turn the gridlines on or off with the click of a button.
Simply type visme.co in your address bar and sign up with just your name and email. Then, follow the steps above to create your scatter plot.
You can create a graph with your own information in one of two ways: By linking a public Google Sheet or uploading an Excel file. If you're doing the former, any updates in your sheet will be reflected in the graph.
Yes. All charts and graphs created within Visme are automatically animated, although you can turn the setting off if you wish.
Yes. You can choose from more than 16 types of charts in both flat and 3D style, including line graphs, bar and pie charts, among others.
Creating a scatter plot with Visme is totally free. If you want to download it as a PDF or animated HTML5 file, you can upgrade to a Complete plan.
Yes. You can adjust the placement of labels and the size and style of fonts, as well as further customize your graph by tapping into thousands of vector icons and millions of images.
Create a free account with just your name and email. Choose a presentation template or blank canvas area with custom dimensions to start. Click on the Chart Tool within the visual editor and select the scatter plot option.
Insert your data in one of two ways: Upload your data set from an Excel file or Google Sheet or input it manually. Customize the look of anything, including fonts, titles, colors, backgrounds and size. You can also insert additional graphic elements such as lines, icons, text boxes, images and shapes.
Once you’re completely happy with the way your scatter plot looks, you can then share it with your colleagues or classmates or download it for offline use. There is the option to generate a shareable link that you can make public or private; or you can download it as a static, high-resolution image or PDF file.
Select the Scatter Plot option from our Chart Tool, which includes dozens of graph types, such as bar charts, line graphs, pie charts, doughnut charts, pyramid charts, radar charts, among others. Also, click on the Data Widgets option to view dozens of mini visualizations that can be customized with your statistics and figures with just a few clicks.
Download your scatter plot as a high-resolution image or PDF file or generate a URL to share online. Make your content public or private.