With small cross-country spillovers of shocks, Taylor rules, and domestic no-arbitrage conditions, Henriksen, Kydland, and Sustek (2013) generate a ranking of correlations similar to the pre-crisis scattergram
Figure 3 shows a scattergram
of the estimated 90th percentile values during open periods in all seven study bays during the study period and when closure rules were in effect.
Students expressed surprise that the scattergram
was not linear, so that taller people did not necessarily walk faster.
Figure 4 presents the simple scattergram
for the relationship between the center of mass kinematics and the musical cadence imposed.
Instead, I view the analysis as being more like a scattergram
correlating the zone diameters around the 5-[micro]g ciprofloxacin disk with those of the 30-[micro]g Nal disk showed 4 subpopulations, which were labeled A (554 isolates), B (11 isolates), C (119 isolates), and D (1 isolate) (Figure 1).
98), clearly evident from a scattergram
we created from our data.
The quarterly responses are recorded in the electronic medical record (EMR) as a scattergram
, which clinicians can use to easily track improvement and identify needed services.
That is, scattergram
2 indicated that all the dots were in the correct quartile(s).
Data are represented on a scattergram
as individual, disconnected symbols.
This relation is confirmed by plotting the scattergram
of E-type estimate v.
As illustrated in Figure 1, Gapminder World presents a scattergram
which portrays four variables at once.