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Using vendor bubble charts

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Using vendor bubble charts

A bubble chart is a dynamically updated graph that plots assessment results for multiple vendors.

Vendor managers can create and use bubble charts to compare the relative standing of vendors in three categories. The X- and Y-axes each represent a different category. Vendors are plotted on the chart as circular markers, or bubbles, which vary in size according to scores for the third category, or Z-axis.