Charts and Graphs
A bubble chart is used to visualize a data set with two to four dimensions. The first two dimensions are visualized as coordinates, the third as color and the fourth as size. A bubble chart is a variation of a scatter chart in which the data points are replaced with bubbles. Bubble charts can facilitate the understanding of social, economic, medical, and other scientific relationships.
Bubble charts are often used to present financial data. Use a Bubble chart when you want specific values to be more visually represented in your chart by different bubble sizes. Moreover, bubble charts are popular tools for identifying and illustrating industry clusters. Essentially, these bubble charts allow four different variables to be plotted within the same graph, making it easy to assess relative economic performance. One thing you should pay attention to is that because a bubble chart uses area to represent numbers, it is best for positive values.
Bubble Plot Software
Edraw allows you to easily create a bubble chart by using the pre-defined templates and shapes. Choose a finished bubble chart in the library, you can set the data on the chart, or input a data file through the floating button, Edraw will automatically generate a bubble chart for you. This simple-to-use design makes drawing incredibly easy. You can also export to PDF or a variety of other graphics formats just as easily.
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Bubble Plot Symbols
Edraw software offers you plenty of special bubble shapes. With the special bubble shapes, your diagram will look more professional.