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boxplot

[′bäks‚plät]
(industrial engineering)
In quality control, a graph summarizing the distribution, central value, and variability of a set of data values; used to identify problems (or potential problems) that affect the quality of processes and products.
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Again, presentation of the data in a boxplot would have been of great help in illustrating the trends.
These results are shown in the boxplot of the residuals of the regression of log (DNA + 1) on week of gestation, grouped by pregnancy type (Fig.
Cluster validation by means of boxplot charts helped to interpret the outcome.
The boxplot in Figure 1 indicates that there was no trend for age of the child and DAP concentration.
Each boxplot shows the range, median, and middle two quartiles for the net scores on the specified trait, with positive scores indicating a Republican advantage and negative scores a Democratic advantage.
All samples were measured in triplicate, and the mean concentration was z-transformed and visualised via boxplot to obtain categorical variables.
Figure 1 shows a boxplot comparison of parameter estimates from the SM and the EM.
Some secondary outcome measures showed nonnormality when the boxplot, histogram, and normal probability plot (normal Q-Q plot) of the data were checked [23].
Although medical variables are important to the treatment of individual patients (the "med" boxplot in the patient-based panel), most of this variation averages out within HRRs; thus, variation in the average health of patients in HRRs contributes little to variations among treatment between HRRs.
Boxplot analysis showed that the pre menopausal women had lower hemoglobin concentrations in general, ranging from 9.