Box Plot

A graphic method that shows the distribution of a set of data by using the median, quartiles, and the extremes of the data set.

Also called box-and-whisker plot.

The box contains the middle 50% of the data points and each of the two whiskers contain 25% of the data points.

See also: Graph, Quartiles.

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Subjects: Mathematics