The scatter chart shows the relationship between two variables by plotting them using cartesian coordinates. It displays a variable on each axis, marking the intersection of their values on the chart. When there are two numeric parameters, this chart type is the ideal one to determine how one variable impacts the other. For instance, this chart can be used to plot the relationship between income and expenditure or temperature and sales.
The caption (also called the chart title) is the heading of your chart. You can add custom text for the caption, as well as configure its font properties and cosmetics. Learn more about it
Data plot refers to the pie slices in a pie chart, columns of the column chart, lines in a line chart.
A tooltip is displayed when the mouse cursor hovers over a particular data point. It denotes valuable information about the data plot hovered.
X-Axis refers to a line on a chart that runs horizontally (left-right).
Y-Axis refers to line or values on a chart that runs vertically (up-down) through zero.
X-Axis labels are the names of the data points that are displayed on the x-axis of a chart.
The title of the y-axis
Export menu that appears on top-right of the chart, it offers different options to export a chart.You can enable or disable chart export using attribute
exportEnabled. Refer to Exporting Charts to learn more.