How should a scatter plot of data look if there is a positive correlation?

1 Answer
Nov 18, 2015


If the scatter plot is positively correlated it means the dependent variable increases with independent variable.
So the scatter plot will increase from left to right of the plot


The ordinate (y-axis) value increases with the abscissa (x-axis) value when a plot is positively correlated.

If negatively correlated the ordinate value decreases with increasing abscissa value