### Pearson correlation coefficient scatter plot

**Introduction**
Pearson correlation coefficient was used to reflect the linear-related degrees of two variables. It's range is -1 to 1. 1 depicts totally positive correlated; -1 depicts totally negative correlated; 0 depicts no linear correlation.

**Input data instructions**
Matrix input data, names are uniqe. The first column is name, and the other columns are values. If input two datasets, scatter plot will be show, otherwize, correlation matrix will output, you can copy the results, and paste to

correlation plot to perform a matrix plot.

**Examples from papers**
Pearson correlation coefficient.

**1) How to plot?**

1, Prepare data

2, Open with excel, and change into the same format as the example

3, Copy and paste data into the input frame

4, Select parameters

5, Submit and download figure files

**2) Why NO figure generated?**

Script need strigent input format, please read the instructions and examples carefully.

**3) How to cite?**

**162** papers cited us (Google Scholoar). You can cite the original package, or using the following format:

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**4) FAQs**