In a previous post, I dealt with some SAS code for scatterplots. Various problems can arise when using scatterplots. One of them is overplotting, where two or more data are the same point.
There are a variety of ways of dealing with this.
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When you have two numeric variables and are interested in the relationship between them, the basic statistical graph is the scatterplot. These can be good, but there are ways to enhance them and there are also alternatives which can be better in some circumstances. In some circumstances, scatterplots can be problematic, and there are ways to deal with these problems. In this post, I show SAS code to create a basic scatterplot and some enhanced versions.