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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 boxplots show the fraction of reference chemicals that are active in an assay for the matching target and mode.
Variations in the reserve potassium (K) as indicated by (a) boxplot and (b) frequency distributions of reserve-K for different categories.
Through an inspection of the descriptive values (Table 2) and the boxplot (Figure 5), it is possible to verify that the CCV target structure presents a greater ratio between the tip and dorsum of the tongue when compared to the CV, that is, children, regardless of the clinical condition, present a higher elevation of the dorsum during the production of the CCV target.
Boxplots of the foliar concentration (mg kg-1) of micronutrients in four woody legumes from de Pacific slope of Costa Rica.
Boxplot representing repetition amplitude variability as % MVC at speed 60 deg/s for each muscle group measured.
The black lines in the grey boxes denote the median of the estimates, the gray boxes cover the 25-75% simulation interval, and the boxplot whiskers cover the 95% simulation interval for each assessment year.
From the result of similarity test with three methods and boxplot obtained in Figure 8, it can be seen that SCGFN method used in this research has higher similarity value in comparison with GFN and TFN method.
The distribution of the values of the concentration activity index (I) obtained from results of each analytical technique is represented by a boxplot, representing the lower, middle, and upper quartile and raw data.
The boxplot of the mean MMP-1 values in male and female symptomatic patients, indicatively, is shown in Figure 5.