# Mean-Mean scatter plot

A mean-mean scatter plot shows a 2-dimensional representation of the differences between many means.

The mean-mean scatter plot shows the mean of a group on the horizontal axis against the mean of the other group on the vertical axis with a dot at the intersection. A vector centered at the intersection with a slope of -1 and a length proportional to the width of the confidence interval represents the confidence interval. A gray identity line represents equality of means; that is the difference is equal to zero. If the vector does not cross the identity line, you can conclude there is a significant difference between the means.

To make interpretation easier, a 45-degree rotated version of the plot shows the difference between means and its confidence interval on the horizontal axis against average of the means on the vertical axis.

- What is Analyse-it?
- Administrator's Guide
- User's Guide
- Statistical Reference Guide
- Distribution
- Compare groups
- Calculating univariate descriptive statistics, by group
- Side-by-side univariate plots
- Creating side-by-side univariate plots
- Equality of means/medians hypothesis test
- Tests for equality of means/medians
- Testing equality of means/medians
- Difference between means/medians effect size
- Estimators for the difference in means/medians
- Estimating the difference between means/medians
- Multiple comparisons
- Mean-Mean scatter plot
- Multiple comparison procedures
- Comparing multiple means/medians
- Homogeneity of variance hypothesis test
- Tests for homogeneity of variance
- Testing homogeneity of variance
- Study design
- Compare pairs
- Contingency tables
- Correlation and association
- Principal component analysis (PCA)
- Factor analysis (FA)
- Item reliability
- Fit model
- Method comparison
- Measurement systems analysis (MSA)
- Reference interval
- Diagnostic performance
- Control charts
- Process capability
- Pareto analysis
- Bibliography

Published 16-Nov-2017

Version 4.92