The Scatter Plot form generates a graph showing the relationship between two variables. One of Ten Curve Fit equations may be selected to fit the data. The r-squared value will be displayed. In addition, a Y=X line may be displayed, which is useful for paired analysis. Double-clicking on the graph will copy the graph to the clipboard.

**File**provides the ability to Open a Data File, View the__Data Editor__, Print the Chart, or return to the__Main Form__.**Edit**allows copying the Chart or Equation to the Windows Clipboard, or Editing the Chart Titles.**View**allows Zooming Out the Chart, Setting the Graph to Black & White, Adding File Modifications to the Chart, or Adding the Curve Fit Equation to the Chart.**Help**provides access to this Website.

The buttons provide quick access to common tasks. Clicking these buttons do the following tasks:

- Returns to the
__Explore Form__. - Opens a
__Data File__. - Displays the
__Data Editor__. -
__Saves the chart to a file__. -
__Prints the chart__. - Copies the chart to the clipboard.
- Edits the Titles
- Zooms out the chart following a
__Zoom__. - Toggles between Color and Black & White.
- Brings up the Help file.
- Hides the form.

The Scatter Plot is displayed here.

The r-squared value and the Curve Fit Equation will be displayed here.

Select the Y-Value here from the drop-down list.

Select the X-Value here from the drop-down list.

Select from the possible list below:

- None
- Linear: Y=A+BX
- Exponential: Y=Aexp(BX)
- Logarithmic: Y=A+Bln(X)
- Power: Y=A*X^B
- Inverse: Y=A+B/X
- Compound: Y=A*B^X
- Growth: Y=exp(A+B*X)
- S: Y=exp(A+B/X)
- Quadratic: Y=A+BX+CX^2
- Cubic: Y=A+BX+CX^2+DX^3
- 4th Order: Y=A+BX+CX^2+DX^3+EX^4
- 5th Order: Y=A+BX+CX^2+DX^3+EX^4+FX^5

Check this box to plot a Y=X line.

Move the slider to change the size of the plotted points.

The sample size will be displayed here.

The line thickness can be changed by clicking these up and down buttons.

The title will be added here. The default title is "Scatter Plot." This title may be edited.

Select the number of decimals places to be used in the display of a fitted equation and the r-squared value.

The X and Y values of a point will be displayed here when the cursor is over the point. The cursor will display as a cross (+) when over the point.