How is a pinnately compound leaf different from a palmately compound leaf?

(a)Pinnately Compound Leaf:
1.Shape:Feather like.
2.Origin of Leaflets:Leaflets appear on elongated axis.
3.Appearence:Leaflets appear in two rows.
4.Joint in its Axis:Joint absent between leaflet and point of attachment.
5.Origin:Branch of midrib.
(b)Palmately Compound Leaf:
1.Shape:Like palm of hand.
2.Origin of Leaflets:Leaflets appear from a common point.
3.Appearence:Leaflets are clustered together.
4.Joint in its Axis:Joint usually present between leaflet and point of attachment.
5.Origin:Tip of petiole represents the leaflet bearing point.