You can choose the colour and size for each data set displayed in your plot and, if desired, use these to represent other properties. Click on the colour or size in the data set key below the plot to use the Format by Property dialogue. You can configure the colours on the Colour tab and the sizes on the Size tab. On either tab, if you choose a property from the list then you can specify how to colour/size the different values represented by the property. If the property is numerical then you can either interpolate between two extreme values or you can specify bins. A numerical property can also be used with a log scale. When interpolating you can choose the ends of the range over which to interpolate. When binning you can edit the number of bins and the range of values that each one represents. For categorical data you can choose a colour/size for each category. When colouring by a property, grey is used to represent missing data. A following short video illustrates this.
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