Bubble plot, Advanced Statistics

Bubble plot: A method or technique for displaying the observations which involve three variable values. Two of the variables are used to make a scatter diagram and values of the third variable are represented by the circles with differing radii centered at the suitable position. An instance of such a plot for variables age and weekly time spent looking after the car with extroversion can be represented by

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the 'bubble' is shown in Fig. 24. Plot also shows the gender of each individual.

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