Using tiled markers
A special use of marker shapes in a scatter plot is the tiled markers. Tiled markers are shaped as rectangles, displayed without gaps in a grid, and any added labels are always centered.
- Right-click the scatter plot, and select Properties.
Properties popover, select
The Shape section is shown.
- Select Tiled markers.
An example of a scatter plot with tiled markers (also known as wafer map) is useful when visualizing and analyzing semi-conductor and plate array tests, because it resembles the actual layout.
For more examples, see Creating a density plot.