Mode for computing quantile lines in box plots
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Statistical box plots indicate the 25%/50%/75% quantiles of
data samples by horizontal lines. With the default
= TRUE, the quantile lines are computed using
A plot of type
for visualizing and comparing statistical data samples. The plot reduces
the data to few simple descriptive parameters.
A typical notched box looks like this:
The location of the 25%/50%/75% quantile lines are computed
the box plot, the quantile function is called with the option
the help page of
By default, the quantile lines of the boxes are computed with
Averaged. When using
the quantiles are computed without this option:
r := random(0..10): SEED := 123: data := [r() $ k = 1..250]: plot( plot::Boxplot(data, Averaged = TRUE, BoxCenters = 0.5, Color = RGB::Blue, Notched), plot::Boxplot(data, Averaged = FALSE, BoxCenters = 1.5, Color = RGB::Red, Notched) ):
delete r, SEED, data: