Scatter Plot

How to Build a Scatter Plot

A Scatter Plot can be built when combining two numerical fields.

Dimension 1

Dimension 2

Numerical (Integer) or Numerical (float)

Numerical (Integer) or Numerical (float)

Numerical fields used as first dimension and second dimension are used respectively to render x and y axis of the scatter plot.

Using Scatter Plot in the Cohort Browser

Below is an example of scatter plot combining Coffee Intake and Average Weekly Red Wine Intake. Hovering over specific data points provides precise reading of the chart.

Scatter Plot: Coffee Intake x Average Weekly Red Wine Intake

Similar to Box Plot and Grouped Box Plot, non-numeric values for both numerical fields, if any, are counted and displayed separately as a list view.

Display of non-numeric values in Scatter Plot

Similar to Stacked Row Chart, Scatter Plot allows swapping x / y axis by re-arranging priority order of the two numerical fields. Below is an example using the same fields as above, using a different axis ordering:

Scatter Plot: Average Weekly Red Wind Intake x Coffee Intake

Note: Scatter Plot has a max limit of 30,000 data points. When viewing cohort of a larger size than 30,000, this plot may not show the full scale of your data.

Scatter Plot is not supported in Cohort Compare.

Notes on Data Preparation

Ingestion Data Types supported for Scatter Plots:

  • Integer

  • Integer Sparse

  • Float

  • Float Sparse