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You can create a scatter sparkline using the ScatterSparkline formula and cell values.

The scatter sparkline formula has the following options:

 Option Description Points1 The first xy data series. If the row count is greater than or equal to the column count, use data from the first two columns. The first column contains x-values and the second column contains y-values. If the row count is less than the column count, use data from the first two rows. The first row contains x-values and the second row contains y-values. Points2 The second xy data series. If the row count is greater than or equal to the column count, use data from the first two columns. The first column contains x-values and the second column contains y-values. If the row count is less than the column count, use data from the first two rows. The first row contains x-values and the second row contains y-values. MinX The x-minimum limit of both series, each series has its own value if it is omitted. MaxX The x-maximum limit of both series, each series has its own value if it is omitted. MinY The y-minimum limit of both series, each series has its own value if it is omitted. MaxY The y-maximum limit of both series, each series has its own value if it is omitted. HLine The horizontal axis position, there is no line if it is omitted. VLine The vertical axis position, there is no line if it is omitted. XMinZone The x-minimum value of the gray zone, there is no grey zone if any of these four parameters are omitted. XMaxZone The x-maximum value of the gray zone, there is no grey zone if any of these four parameters are omitted. YMinZone The y-minimum value of the gray zone, there is no grey zone if any of these four parameters are omitted. YMaxZone The y-maximum value of the gray zone, there is no grey zone if any of these four parameters are omitted. Tags If this option is true, mark the point at which the y-value is the maximum of the first series as "#0000FF", and mark the point at which the y-value is the minimum of the first series as "#CB0000". This option is false if it is omitted. DrawSymbol If this option is true, draw each point as a symbol. The symbol of the first series is a circle, and the symbol of the second series is a square. This option is true if it is omitted. DrawLines If this option is true, connect each point with a line by sequence in each series. This option is false if it is omitted. Color1 The color string of the first point series. The value is "#969696" if it is omitted. Color2 The color string of the second point series. The value is "#CB0000" if it is omitted. Dash If this option is true, the line is a dashed line; otherwise, the line is a full line. This option is false if it is omitted.

The scatter sparkline formula has the following format:

`=SCATTERSPARKLINE(points1, points2, minX, maxX, minY, maxY, hLine, vLine, xMinZone, xMaxZone, yMinZone, yMaxZone, tags, drawSymbol, drawLines, color1, color2, dash)`

Using Code

This example creates a scatter sparkline.

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```activeSheet.setValue(2, 0, 2.0);
activeSheet.setValue(2, 1, 140);
activeSheet.setValue(3, 0, 3.8);
activeSheet.setValue(3, 1, 130);
activeSheet.setValue(4, 0, 4.0);
activeSheet.setValue(4, 1, 120);
activeSheet.setValue(5, 0, 4.2);
activeSheet.setValue(5, 1, 118);
activeSheet.setValue(6, 0, 4.0);
activeSheet.setValue(6, 1, 120);
activeSheet.setValue(7, 0, 5.0);
activeSheet.setValue(7, 1, 110);
activeSheet.setValue(8, 0, 5.5);
activeSheet.setValue(8, 1, 110);
activeSheet.setValue(9, 0, 5.9);
activeSheet.setValue(9, 1, 105);
activeSheet.setValue(10, 0, 7.8);
activeSheet.setValue(10, 1, 100);
activeSheet.addSpan(2, 2, 9, 2);
activeSheet.setFormula(2, 2, '=SCATTERSPARKLINE(A3:B11,,0,8,0,150,0,0,0,8,100,150,TRUE,TRUE,FALSE,"FD8E2C")');
activeSheet.setRowHeight(0, 50);
```