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*organises its examples by the type of data being plotted.*Examples of data types:

- Samples taken of a single 'random' variable (e.g. collection of height samples of a population, typical plot would be a frequency plot)
- Samples taken of 'random' vectors of length 2 (e.g. collection of height/weight, exemplar plot might be a
**scatter plot**,**with translucent plot markers so you can see the density of overlapping marks**) - 1-parameter curve in 2-dimensional space (e.g.
**line plot**) - 2-parameter curve in 3-dimensional space (e.g.
**3D-rendered surface plot**, but not good for a probability distribution with one continuous parameter) - 2-parameter curve in 4-dimensional space (e.g.
**3D-rendered, colour-graded surface plot**) - Discrete and continuous data types
- et cetera