Creating a scatter chart

Use a scatter chart to show correlations and relationships within your data. Scatter charts make it easy to visualize how one data set (the x axis) affects the resulting data set (the y axis). For example, you could use a scatter chart to show how project cost affects return on investment (ROI).

You can also use a scatter chart to see trends and outliers at a glance.

For example, you might use a scatter chart to visualize how your team's actual ticket resolution times compare to their estimated resolution times.

 

Like all Quick Base charts, scatter charts are interactive; click a point on the chart to view the record(s) associated with it. You can also apply dynamic filters to scatter charts.

To print your chart or save it as an image, click the menu in the top right of the chart:

To create a scatter chart:
  1. Open the table in the table bar, click REPORTS & CHARTS and then click + New.

  2. Select Chart and click Create.

  3. In the Basics section, Name your chart and give it a Description.
    Tip: Select Show description on chart page so others can easily understand the purpose of your chart.

  4. Select Scatter as the chart Type.

  5. Decide what this scatter chart will show:

  6. If you selected to measure a Calculated column, select define a calculated column, label it, define the formula, and select the type.

  7. Filter to display only certain types of data or data that meets conditions you set. (You can apply dynamic filters to the chart at any time.)

  8. Save the chart as Personal (only you can view it) or Common (others can view it). Optionally, you can also assign the report to a group.

Examples

This scatter chart shows how each developer's actual ticket resolution time compares to estimated resolution time.

The chart is defined as follows:

 

This scatter chart shows math and verbal test scores colored by gender.

The chart is defined as follows:

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