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## Scatterplots {: id = 'scatterplot'} Let us construct a [scatterplot][scatterplot]{: #example} showing the relationship between the `weight` and `mileage` of a car. Here is the R code that you can use to construct the scatterplot. ~~~ require(ggplot2) qplot(wt, mpg, data = mtcars) ~~~ ## Carousel

While interpreting a scatterplot, it is important to focus on four aspects.

  • Direction
  • Form
  • Strength

Let me try some math

$$ \begin{aligned} \alpha & = \beta \ \beta & = \gamma \end{aligned} $$

Let check out an image

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