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scattergram

[′skad·ər‚gram]
(petrology)
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scatter diagram

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scattergram

a diagram produced on a graph to illustrate the relationship between two variables by indicating the values of these for each case in the sample. It may be a first stage in data analysis, allowing ‘eye-balling’ of the data to observe any association or CORRELATION between the variables.
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This tool leads to the distribution of all image pixels over 4 quadrants in a scattergram according to their intensity levels, with the background pixels sorted into the bottom left quadrant, the single-tagged pixels (either red or green) into the upper left and bottom right quadrants, and the pixels having an intensity above the background in both channels (i.e., colocalized pixels) represented by the upper right quadrant.