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The most common Shape Chart is a Scatter Chart or Scatter Plot. Scatter Charts use Cartesian coordinates to display values for two variables for a set of data and are a useful summary of bivariate data. A variation of a Scatter Chart is a Bubble Chart where the size of the shape indicates a value.
Download and connect to the sample data source. We are making this chart using 1 dimension and 2 measures.
Hollow shapes allow you to see more values in a Scatter Chart than solid shapes because they do not completely obscure values underneath or nearby.
To build a Bubble Chart
You will notice that Visualization moved Tax Amount to the Size Deck and ShipDate and Proft to the Rows Deck and Freight to the Column Deck. We have moved ShipDate to the Color Deck so that each year is displayed in a different color.
In dual axis and merged axes separate scale scenarios, the data labels will overlap each other, even when the check box is unselected. This is by design.
You can also add a measure field to vary the size of the shape. In the following example, we have added Total Amount from Measures into the Size Deck. This alters the circles so that their size represents the sum of Total Amount for each City.