A scatter chart will show the relationship between two different variables represented by the X and Y axes.
1. Scatter Chart
In this chart, we are displaying Users and Revenue by Age Group for the selected time range.
Use Bubble Charts: for the same configuration, bubble size will represent the third value and are the best alternative for Scatter Charts, shown in the next example
Recommended: Yes, With One Dimension
It’s best to stay one dimensional with both Scatter and Bubble Charts. More than one dimension will be hard to differentiate to most of your report’s audience — see next example
Yes, test for the number bubble that can fit inside the chart, and too many bubbles will make the chart difficult to read.
2. Scatter Chart: Two or more Dimensions
In this chart, we are displaying Users and Revenue by age Group. Bubble Size (Optional) representing Revenue per user
No, unless it's absolutely necessary. In general, you should avoid having Scatter and Bubble charts with two dimensions as it will be hard to differentiate to most of your report’s audience.
- Pie/Doughnut Chart
- Bullet Charts
- Gauge Charts
- Line Charts/Time Series Charts
- Column Charts
- Combo Charts
- Pivot Tables
- Area Charts
- Scatter Charts
- Bubble Chart
- Geo Maps Charts
- Bullet Chart vs Gauge Chart
Configuration across chart:
- Background and Border
- Missing Data
- Conditional Formatting
- Chart Header
- Reference Lines
- Report Settings
Most Used Features: