# How to demonstrate the efficiency of a dynamic factor in comparison with some constant coefficient with a chart?

I proposed a measure which estimates the coefficient of each sample dynamically, So the coefficient of two sample s1 and s2 can be different. To show the effectiveness of this measure, I want to compare it with different constant coefficients. The constant coefficients are in the range of 0.1 to 0.6. When the constant coefficient Y is for example 0.2, it is equal for all samples. There are 1000 samples in the dataset.

I want to represent the effectiveness in a chart.

The scores are as follows:

• The score of dynamic measure: 0.9

The score of constant coefficients Y:

• Y=0.1 => score=0.5
• Y=0.2 => score=0.6
• Y=0.3 => score=0.65
• Y=0.4 => score=0.55
• Y=0.5 => score=0.0.45
• Y=0.6 => score=0.0.40

How can I show the differences between the effectiveness of dynamic measures in a chart that clearer than what I already have?

I used the following chart, but it is not clear for some of the readers. So, I would like to make some changes to make it more readable. Any help is appreciated.

• And what have you tried? – Lucian Jan 30 at 8:46
• I was told there would be no math. `:)` – Scott Jan 30 at 9:01
• I edited the question. – SahelSoft Jan 30 at 9:30
• I'll be blunt, and vulnerable -- the language used to describe the problem is overly complex for me, a lowly designer. It's reads more as if you are trying to solve some physics problem than a visual problem. Now, granted, I am a designer. I am visual. I think in terms of visuals. So all the "coefficient/constant/ effectiveness of this measure" all calls for more of a math understanding. You may get more, or better answers if you can "dumb down" the problem. i.e. "How can I better show the relation between A and B on this chart?" -- But maybe I'm just the only non-mathematical thinker `:)` – Scott Jan 30 at 20:06
• Is this a graphic design question or something that a graphic designer can solve? I try to imagine myself in a meeting in front of a blackboard with someone explaining me this job... the end of the movie is me jumping from a 20th floor window :-D – Danielillo Jan 30 at 22:19