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Chapter 3 1 Data Description
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3.4 Exploratory Data Analysis The  Five-Number Summary  is  composed of the following numbers:  Low, Q1, MD, Q3, High The Five-Number Summary can be  graphically represented using a   Boxplot . 2
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Procedure Table Constructing Boxplots 1. Find the five-number summary. 2. Draw a horizontal axis with a scale that includes the  maximum and minimum data values. 3. Draw a box with vertical sides through  Q1  and  Q3 and draw a vertical line  though the median. 4.
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Unformatted text preview: Draw a line from the minimum data value to the left side of the box and a line from the maximum data value to the right side of the box. 3 Example 3-38: Meteorites The number of meteorites found in 10 U.S. states is shown. Construct a boxplot for the data. 89, 47, 164, 296, 30, 215, 138, 78, 48, 39 30, 39, 47, 48, 78, 89, 138, 164, 215, 296 Five-Number Summary: 30-47-83.5-164-296 4 30 47 83.5 164 296 Q1 Q3 MD Low High...
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