What is a Matrix Plot? An Introduction from Leanscape

A matrix plot is a type of chart that allows you to visualize data in a matrix format. Typically, a matrix plot will have numerical values on both the x- and y-axes, with the z-axis being used to represent the value of each point in the matrix. Matrix plots can be used to visualize any data that can be expressed in a matrix format, including correlation matrices, distance matrices, and heat maps.

Matrix plots produce an array of Scatter plots for several columns of data. Potential correlations can then be identified visually.


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