This trend is visualised below. The blue lines represent the real value of . We then find a line best fitting the pattern in the values. This line is displayed in orange on the plots below. This pattern has been found between 12:00am and 12:00am on 1st January.

To illustrate the strength of the relationship between , we can use each item to create a map, as is done to view the height of land.

The brighter the colour on our map, the greater the likelihood that each item will have the corresponding price. This means also, that a narrower width on the below map indicates a greater relationship between our two items.

Following a detailed mathematical analysis, we are able to display the relationships between as easy to interpret equations. We see directly how changes in affect one another.### Overlaps

### Normed Overlaps

### Gradients

### Overlapped Gradients

### Normed Overlap Gradients

To illustrate the strength of the relationship between , we can use each item to create a map, as is done to view the height of land.

The brighter the colour on our map, the greater the likelihood that each item will have the corresponding price. This means also, that a narrower width on the below map indicates a greater relationship between our two items.

Published: 12:00am, 1st January, 1970