# scatterplot: Interpretation of a Scatterplot

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**Name:**

`scatterplot`

**Type:**

**Description:**

Scatterplot in an (x, y) regression setup needs to be interpreted regarding location/spread of the marginal distributions, the correlation in the joint distribution, and the corresponding regression slope. Data are drawn randomly from a suitable data-generating process so that each multiple-choice item is either about correct or clearly wrong.

**Solution feedback:**

Yes

**Randomization:**

Random numbers, text blocks, and graphics

**Mathematical notation:**

No

**Verbatim R input/output:**

No

**Images:**

Yes

**Other supplements:**

No

**Demo code:**

library("exams") set.seed(1090) exams2html("scatterplot.Rnw") set.seed(1090) exams2pdf("scatterplot.Rnw") set.seed(1090) exams2html("scatterplot.Rmd") set.seed(1090) exams2pdf("scatterplot.Rmd")

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