Box plots are useful for visualizing the distribution of a single numeric variable and identifying potential outliers. They are particularly useful for comparing the distribution of data across different categories or groups. A box plot consists of a box, which encloses the first and third quartiles of the data, and a line, or whisker, extending from the box to the minimum and maximum values. This is the standard definition of a box plot.
- Import the
- Generate some artificial data. Specifically, 3 arrays with 100 observations each;
seabornto generate the boxplot;
- Show the plot.
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