Ribbon bar. Select the Graphs tab. In the More group, click Input Data Graphs and from the Scatterplot by submenu, select Regular...

Classic menus. From the Graphs - Graphs of Input Data - Scatterplot by submenu, select Regular...

...to create a scatterplot of the selected variable with another variable (specified in the Select Variable dialog box). The regular scatterplot visualizes a relation between two variables X and Y (e.g., weight and height). Individual data points are represented by point markers in two-dimensional space, where axes represent the variables. The two coordinates (X and Y) that determine the location of each point, correspond to its specific values on the two variables. If the two variables are strongly related, the data points form a systematic shape (e.g., a straight line or a clear curve). If the variables are not related, the points form an irregular "cloud."