Scatter Diagrams - Quality Tools for Improvement, Electrical Engineering

Scatter Diagrams - Quality Tools for Improvement

Scatter diagrams are graphical tools which attempt to depict the influence in which one variable has on another. A general diagram of this type commonly displays points representing the observed value of one variable corresponding to the value of another variable.

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Figure: Scatter Diagram

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