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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.

For example, if you change the markers in the top scatter plot to tiled markers, you get the scatter plot beneath it.


Markers to be tiled


Tiled markers

Prerequisites

A scatter plot is created.

Procedure

  1. Right-click the scatter plot, and select Properties.
  2. In the Properties popover, select Shape.
    The Shape section is shown.
  3. Select Tiled markers.

Example

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.


Wafer map

For more examples, see Creating a density plot.


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