Boxplot Chart

A Box-plot chart is a visual representation displaying a given statistical data set based on a five-number summary: the minimum, the first quartile (25th percent), the median (second quartile), the third quartile (75th percent), and the maximum. Such charts are extremely useful for comparing distributions of values across categories. The Box-plot is also referred to as box plot, box-and-whisker plot, box-and-whisker diagram.These charts contain boxes and whiskers (vertical or horizontal lines that extend from the minimum to Quartile 1 and from Quartile 3 to the maximum).

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