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boxplot

(ˈbɒksˌplɒt)
n
a graphical representation of numerical data consisting of a rectangular box with lines extending from each end
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Although for statisticians there is no need to see the data that create a box plot, for beginners it would appear useful to be able to do so.
Once the critical independent (Xs) and dependent (Ys) variables have been determined, a distribution of the Ys with an outlier box plot can provide insight into groupings and outliers.
These decisions are aided by plotting the data (eg finding the interquartile range with a box plot), but they cannot be entirely answered with mathematics.
Both the box plot and the histogram show that the ratio of the heights does cluster narrowly about a value near 1.6.
* Capability box plots show one box plot for each variable, centered on the target and scaled by the range of the spec limits.
Just to give you a glimpse at it's out of the box plot, season one of the series features human race return to Earth which was completely destroyed by nuclear war, after a 97-year exile in space, only to discover that the human race had never truly left.
Figure 6 shows a box plot of the inter-scorer MA for all files with scorer Z considered as the most experienced laboratory for CAP scoring.
The predicted-by-observed shown in Figure 2.The leftmost box plot shows, for cases that have observed category At Risk, the predicted pseudo-probability of category At Risk.
I then create a time series plot (if the data are in time order) or a box plot and add the spec limits to that.
A box plot (v) has been used for the statistical representation of the results as represented in Figures 1, 2 and 3:
(a) The box plot shows median visual acuity in logMAR (vertical line in the column), 95% confidence interval (column), and the standard deviation (extension lines) before and after treatment with DEX implantation.