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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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The message for students, and in many cases for teachers as well, is "Read the key" for any box plot encountered.
The next box plot to the right shows, for cases that have observed category At Risk, the predicted pseudo probability of category Not at Risk.
Hamilton Rating Scale for Depression and Box plot diagram describing the depression score of weekly and 3 weekly patients.
As can be observed in these graphs, data values in the box plots for Group 2 are higher than those in the box plots for Group 1.
The box plot representation allows a comparison of the effects of the four parameters on a single graph.
The box plot showed that GCSI scores in those who achieved clinical success ranged from 20 to 30, with a median of 21 and an interquartile range (IQR) of 4, while the GCSI scores of those who failed to achieve clinical success ranged from 22 to 38, with a median of 34 and an IQR of 8 (Figure 5).
Figure 3(a) shows the box plot diagram of the feature solidity (nucleus solidity), which reflects nucleus shape irregularity.
The tests used were Chi-Square, Fisher, ANOVA and Box Plot, and the value considered significant was p <0.05.