ScatterPlot
Creates an XY scatter plot.
Syntax

ScatterPlot(data)

data
is a sequence of (X, Y) points

Description
If data
is a sequence of (X, Y) points, then ScatterPlot(data)
creates a scatter plot from this data.
Technically, data
can be a plain sequence of points as function arguments, a list of points, or an n×2 real matrix in which each row represents a single point.
The chart is shown in the current diagram and a reference to the chart is returned.
To plot the graph of a function using points only, you may combine ScatterPlot
with the graph
function. But it is more convenient to use plot
instead.
Examples
ScatterPlot(❨1, 1❩, ❨2, 5❩, ❨3, −2❩)
or
ScatterPlot('(❨1, 1❩, ❨2, 5❩, ❨3, −2❩))
A ≔ ❨❨1, 1❩, ❨2, 5❩, ❨3, −2❩❩
⎛ 1 1⎞ ⎜ 2 5⎟ ⎝ 3 −2⎠
ScatterPlot(A)
ScatterPlot(graph(sin, −2⋅π, 2⋅π))