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Box and Whisker Plots 6314 Views
Box-and-whisker plots are a handy way to display data broken into four quartiles, each with an equal number of data values. The box-and-whisker plot doesn't show frequency, and it doesn't display each individual statistic, but it clearly shows where the middle of the data lies. It's a nice plot to use when analyzing how your data is skewed. And the name reminds of this cute cat video we saw last week. We love cats.
Statistics, Data, and Probability I: Drill Set 3, Problem 4
Statistics, Data, and Probability II Drill 3 Problem 2