Use multiplevariable graphs to visualize the relationships and patterns between two or more variables. This section covers the following graphs:
Use scatterplots to compare two continuous variables. 

Use scatterplot matrices to compare several pairs of continuous variables. 

Use sidebyside box plots to compare one continuous and one categorical variable. 

Use variability charts to compare one continuous Y variable to one or more categorical X variables. Variability charts show differences in means and variability across several categorical X variables. 

Use Graph Builder to create and change graphs interactively. 

Use overlay plots to compare one or more variables on the Yaxis to another variable on the Xaxis. Overlay plots are especially useful if the X variable is a time variable, because you can compare how two or more variables change across time. 

Bubble plots are specialized scatterplots that use color and bubble sizes to represent up to five variables at once. If one of your variables is a time variable, you can animate the plot to see your other variables change through time. 