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JMP 10 Basic Analysis and Graphing, Second Edition by SAS Institute

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Chapter 15 
Creating Bubble Plots
Using the Bubble Plot Platform
A bubble plot is a scatter plot that represents its points as circles, or bubbles. Bubble plots can be dynamic (animated over time) or static (fixed bubbles that do not move). Use bubble plots to:
• dynamically animate bubbles using a time variable, to see patterns and movement across time
• use size and color to clearly distinguish between different variables
• aggregate data (rows) into a single bubble, simplifying the bubble plot
Because you can see up to five dimensions at once (x position, y position, size, color, and time), bubble plots can produce dramatic visualizations and readily show patterns and trends.
Note: Dynamic bubble plots were pioneered by Hans Rosling, Professor ...

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