In descriptive statistics, a box plot or
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Statistics assumes that your data points (the numbers in your list) are clustered
around some central value. The "box" in the
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A secondary school revision resource for GCSE Maths about higher level data
representation, inter-quartile range, cumulative frequency and
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When describing a set of data, without listing all of the values, we have seen that we can use measures of location such as the mean and median. It is also ...