A movable bubble chart is an extension of a scatter plot or a bubble chart that is primarily used to represent relationships between numeric variables. However, through a movable bubble chart, we can work with three variables rather than just two. It is the visually most efficient method to understand data insights when we consider more than two variables. The movable bubble chart present on this page showcases the life expectancy of women compared to the fertility rate per woman over years across the seven continents. Here every bubble represents a continent and it is color-coded to look visually distinct from other continents. And over time the bubbles are moving along the X-axis looking ahead with the Y-axis. The X-axis being fertility (birth per woman) and Y-axis representing life expectancy (in years).