Box plot interpretation

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k4k4shi
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Box plot interpretation

Postby k4k4shi » Tue Jan 20, 2015 9:23 am

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Can someone explain this box plot to me?
Is it correct?
I searched the internet and found that the reason for number 5 to be like that is because there is very few data. But, Is data of village no 2 correct? Why is there no lower quartile?
Noob at maths and statistics
I dont know important stuff about box plot. If anyone could explain me the whole chart then it will really help me thanks.
Thanks!
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Re: Box plot interpretation

Postby statman » Tue Jan 20, 2015 3:50 pm

The box plot is generally used to display the "spread" of the data as well as outliers

Have you checked the SPSS Help

Also ....
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