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A visual display that summarizes data using a 'box and whiskers’ format to show the minimum and maximum values (ends of the whiskers), interquartile range (length of the box), and median (line through the box)
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Variations in the potassium requirement factor (KRF, an indicator of a soil's K fixation capacity) as indicated by (a) boxplot and (b) frequency distributions of KRF for different categories.
Caption: Figure 14: ITC score boxplot graphics: the graphs compare the dispersion of results from the immersion level for the codesigners and noncodesigners in the game.
Caption: FIGURE 4: Boxplot depiction of differences in MMP-1 (a), (MMP-9) (b) and IL-6 (c) values between symptomatic and asymptomatic patients (P=0).
In this paper, a data mining approach (MSCM-ANN) is presented to establish the scrap rate prediction model and optimize material feeding of PCB orders considering the structural change influence based on the use of multivariate boxplot, multiple structural change model (MSCM), neighborhood component feature selection (NCFS), and ANN.
Caption: FIGURE 3: Boxplot of the stereoacuity of the following groups: BWC-D: daltonism cohort tested with black-white contour-based graphs; BW-R-D: daltonism cohort tested with black-white random-dot graphs; RG-C-D: daltonism cohort tested with red-green contour-based graphs; RG-R-D: daltonism cohort tested with red-green random-dot graphs; BW-C-N: normal color vision cohort tested with black-white contour-based graphs; BW-R-N: normal color vision cohort tested with black-white random-dot graphs; RG-C-N: normal color vision cohort tested with red-green contour-based graphs; RG-R-N: normal color vision cohort tested with red-green random-dot graphs.
Computing the distance, for each point x0 of the signal ([2.sup.20] points), between the estimated Holder exponent [h.sub.f]([x.sub.0]) and the expected value 1/2 gives rise to the boxplot represented in Figure 2.
Figure 8 presents the boxplot of tram travel times in three scenarios.
Caption: Figure 3: Comparative boxplot of sensory organization test composite equilibrium score for Parkinson's disease and age-matched healthy cohorts.