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Unformatted text preview: After finding these fences, all the data values have to fit inside these 2 fence values. If any data value(s) falls outside of the 2 fence values, they would be considered as an outlier. Rest of the Steps on Drawing a Boxplot 1. We use the fences to grow whiskers. Draw lines from the ends of the box up and down to the most extreme data values found within the fences. If a data value(s) falls outside one of the fences, we do not connect it with a whisker. 2. Finally, we add the outliers, if any, by displaying it with special symbols. Recall The 5Number Summary and the data for the speeds of cars (from Chapter 4) was the following: Max 52 Q3 (Upper Quartile) 31.5 Median 25 Q1 (Lower Quartile) 22.5 Min 18 18 20 22 22 23 23 24 25 26 27 28 35 38 43 52...
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 Fall '07
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