Bubble charts are Scatter Plot charts where a third dimension of data is represented by the sizes of plotted objects.
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Displaying the distribution of a set of items relative to three variables, where the third variable is represented through the size of the plotted objects, i.e., Return %, Standard Deviation, and Portfolio Weight.
Don′t Use When
Displaying the distribution of items relative to only two axis variables. Instead, use a Scatter Plot.
Showing the statistical correlations among a set of items. Instead, use a Correlation Matrix.
Colored lines on each axis refer to each plot within the chart, precise axis data values.
Use hover crosshairs when it is important to be able to see a plotted item’s exact placement on each axis.
When hovering over an item in the legend, all plotted items associated with that item become opaque, while all other plotted items and legend items fade back.
When hovering over a plotted item, the plotted item and its matching legend item become opaque, while all other plotted items and legend items fade back. A tooltip appears, surfacing the underlying data values of the holding, including its weight within its holding group.
Bubble charts are fully fluid horizontally and vertically.
The tickers within the bubbles only appear when there is enough room.
Strive for short, succinct axis labels and legend items that clearly describe the data.