## Which scatter diagram shows the strongest positive correlation?

6) Which scatterplot has the strongest positive correlation? Explanation: The answer is choice A. A and C are the only positive correlations. A has a stronger correlation because the data points are closer together and form a better linear pattern.

**What are some characteristics of a scatter plot with strong positive correlation?**

If the data points make a straight line going from the origin out to high x- and y-values, then the variables are said to have a positive correlation . If the line goes from a high-value on the y-axis down to a high-value on the x-axis, the variables have a negative correlation .

### How do you know if a scatter plot has a strong correlation?

A scatterplot displays the strength, direction, and form of the relationship between two quantitative variables. The relationship between two variables is generally considered strong when their r value is larger than 0.7.

**Which graph has strong positive correlation?**

Scatter Plot: Strong Linear (positive correlation) Relationship. Note in the plot above of the LEW3. DAT data set how a straight line comfortably fits through the data; hence a linear relationship exists. The scatter about the line is quite small, so there is a strong linear relationship.

## What is a positive correlation in a scatter plot?

We often see patterns or relationships in scatterplots. When the y variable tends to increase as the x variable increases, we say there is a positive correlation between the variables. When the y variable tends to decrease as the x variable increases, we say there is a negative correlation between the variables.

**How do you tell if there is a linear correlation?**

Linear correlation : A correlation is linear when two variables change at constant rate and satisfy the equation Y = aX + b (i.e., the relationship must graph as a straight line). Non-Linear correlation : A correlation is non-linear when two variables don’t change at a constant rate.

### How do you interpret a correlation graph?

Direction: The sign of the correlation coefficient represents the direction of the relationship. Positive coefficients indicate that when the value of one variable increases, the value of the other variable also tends to increase. Positive relationships produce an upward slope on a scatterplot.

**What is a positive correlation in graph?**

Graphs can either have positive correlation, negative correlation or no correlation. Positive correlation means as one variable increases, so does the other variable. They have a positive connection. Negative correlation means as one variable increases, the other variable decreases.

## How do you generate a scatter plot?

To create a scatter plot in the New look: Click [ +] > Add chart. Choose Scatter from the left column. Select the columns for the X- and Y-axis as needed. Press Done to hide the controls. To adjust the scatter plot, choose Tools > Change chart. To create a scatter plot in Classic : Choose Visualize > Scatter.

**How do you graph a scatter plot?**

Draw a Scatter Plot by Hand Choose your independent and dependent variables. Draw an x-axis for the independent variable. Add a y-axis for the dependent variable. Mark each data point on your scatter plot. Label your graph and your axes.

### What is an example of a scatter plot?

Notice how when there is a correlation, the points tend to line up in one direction. A common example of a scatter plot is the relationship between people’s shoe sizes and their IQs. When a large data collection is analyzed, you see that there’s no correlation.

**What is the correlation coefficient of a scatter plot?**

The Correlation Coefficient. The correlation coefficient, denoted by r tells us how closely data in a scatterplot fall along a straight line. The closer that the absolute value of r is to one, the better that the data are described by a linear equation. If r =1 or r = -1 then the data set is perfectly aligned.