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    Including Five-Number Summaries on a Side-By-Side Boxplots Graph

    The five numbers, for each boxplot, would be: *the minimum/smallest data value *Q1 (the lower quartile) *Q2 (the median) *Q3 (the upper quartile) *the maximum/largest data value So, for the first/bottom boxplot labeled "Real Cheese" (taking data values 310, 220, 420, 240, 45, 180, 40, and 90)...
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    Including Five-Number Summaries on a Side-By-Side Boxplots Graph

    Forgive me... Perhaps a better way for me to have posted the code in the original post would have been: cheese.matrix <- matrix(c(310,220,420,240,45,180,40,90,270,130,180,260,250,340,290,310), nrow=8, ncol=2) boxplot.cheesedata <- boxplot(cheese.matrix, use.cols = TRUE, horizontal = TRUE, xlab...
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    Including Five-Number Summaries on a Side-By-Side Boxplots Graph

    Hi, I am having difficulty finding out how to include five-number summaries on a graph of side-by-side boxplots. I would like to include a five-number summary for each of 2 boxplots on one graph. I was wondering if someone could please assist me. Thank you in advance for any help you maybe...
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    frequency distribution in R (creating adequate class boundaries)

    Thank you for your assistance. I was able to achieve that which I was looking to accomplish by doing the following: > classboundaries020202new = cut(bluman020202$TEMPERATURES, breaks=c(99.5, 104.5,109.5,114.5,119.5,124.5,129.5,134.5), labels=c('(99.5,104.5]','(104.5,109.5]', '(109.5,114.5]'...
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    frequency distribution in R (creating adequate class boundaries)

    Hello, I had a quick question about creating a frequency distribution in R. I am very new to R and statistics in general, so please forgive me if my post for this thread here seems unclear. I am having problems creating a frequency distribution with adequate class boundaries in R. I started...