The S curve in Excel is used to visualize a relation of two variables: how one variable impacts another and how the value of both variables changes due to this impact. It is called an S curve because the curve is in an S shape. It is used in two types of charts: line charts and scatter charts.
In Microsoft Excel, the S-curve is included in two chart types: Scatter Chart and Line Chart. Using either of these, you can create an S-curve chart that plots the change in one variable in relation to another variable.
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Related to Excel I found two concepts. In the end, both create a line that resembles an S when plotted against time.