In this article I would like to show how to make a scatter plot using scatterplot.online website.
You can make a scatter plot in 3 easy steps:
Data from popular spreadsheet applications like Microsoft Excel, Google Sheets, Libre Office or Numbers can be used. Just select and copy cells then paste them into the box on the page. You can but you do not have to select the header row.
CSV stands for comma separated values and it is a simple tabular data format where each row of the data is in a separate line and columns are separated by a comma. You can copy paste the content of the file into the box on the page.
You can also drag and drop the file directly.
There exist other flavours of delimiter separated data formats like for example Tab Separated Values (TSV). Those should work too. You could also use other symbols e.g. semicolon to separate the columns. Just be careful so that your data is separated with tabs and not spaces.
Tab separated (tab, not space):
Finally, if your CSV data file is already hosted online and you have a URL to it you can copy-paste the url itself.
Still does not work? Ping me on Twitter and I will try to help you @CDomajno.
Want to see sample data sets and visulization examples? Read introduction to scatterplot.online.