Use this page to generate a box plot from a set of numerical values.
This page allows you to create a box plot from a set of statistical data:
When you submit your data, the server calculates the measures that will be used to plot the diagram. These measures are displayed to the left of the chart.For more details on the dispersion of the data set, you may click on the More dispersion data link located on the left of the plot.
a box plot is a diagram that gives a visual representation to the distribution of the data, highlighting where most values lie and those values that greatly differ from the norm, called outliers. The box plot is also referred to as box and whisker plot or box and whisker diagram
The bottom side of the box represents the first quartile, and the top side, the third quartile. Therefore the vertical width of the central box represents the inter-quartile deviation.
The horizontal line inside the box is the median.
The vertical lines protruding from the box extend to the minimum and the maximum values of the data set, as long as these values do not differ from the median by more than one and half times the interquartile range. The ends of the whiskers are marked by two shorter horizontal lines.
The values plotted below the bottom whisker and above the top whisker, are considered outliers.