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A graphical framework to receive a two dimensional data array (the scatter plot), which is principally used to establish correlation as part of a multivariate analysis. The points on the matrix can be crossreferenced to the xaxis (horizontal) and yaxis (vertical) of the matrix. The points in the matrix are either entire facilities or individual assets within facilities.
Purpose of the Matrix
Elements of the Matrix A matrix is comprised of the following components:
Types of Matrices Group 1
Analysis of the Matrix Listed below are the five patterns that may potentially be discerned in the scatter plot data: Listed below are some of the concepts to be used in analysis of a matrix:

Fig. A matrix organized into four quadrants. Fig. A matrix used to generate a scatter plot of data points mapped to the vertical ("y") axis. Fig. A matrix represented as a 3D animation to reveal the results of strategic reinvestment at certain buildings/facilities and their resultant repositioning on the conditionenergy matrix. Fig. A sample conditionage matrix for a large portfolio of facilities from different departments. 

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