## How do I save a JMP graph as a script?

1. From any JMP output window, click the top red triangle and select Script > Save Script to Data Table. 2. The saved script will appear in the tables panel of the data table.

**Why do we use box plots?**

Why are box plots useful? Box plots divide the data into sections that each contain approximately 25% of the data in that set. Box plots are useful as they provide a visual summary of the data enabling researchers to quickly identify mean values, the dispersion of the data set, and signs of skewness.

**How do I run a JMP script?**

Open a Script Editor window by selecting File > New > Script. Paste and run the following script: dt = Open( “$SAMPLE_DATA/Big Class. jmp” );

### How do I copy a graph from JMP to Word?

Go to the Edit menu and select Copy. Now go to Word and position your cursor where you want your image. Select Picture, then click OK. These images paste into Word larger on a MAC computer than on a PC.

**What do box plots tell us?**

In descriptive statistics, a box plot or boxplot (also known as box and whisker plot) is a type of chart often used in explanatory data analysis. Box plots visually show the distribution of numerical data and skewness through displaying the data quartiles (or percentiles) and averages.

**How do you describe a boxplot shape?**

In its simplest form, the boxplot presents five sample statistics – the minimum, the lower quartile, the median, the upper quartile and the maximum – in a visual display. The box of the plot is a rectangle which encloses the middle half of the sample, with an end at each quartile.

## What is a side by side Boxplot?

Also known as a parallel boxplot or comparative boxplot, a side-by-side boxplot is a visual display comparing the levels (the possible values) of one categorical variable by means of a quantitative variable.

**How do you find the Iqr in JMP?**

Calculate the interquartile range (IQR) as the difference between the 75th and 25th percentiles. Calculate the maximum length of the whiskers by multiplying the IQR by 1.5. Identify outliers. Use the calculated statistics to plot the results and draw a box plot.

**How do you construct a box plot?**

The outliers and their values

### What is a box plot and when to use it?

Introduction to box plots. A Box and Whisker Plot (or Box Plot) is a convenient way of visually displaying the data distribution through their quartiles.

**How do you calculate a box plot?**

How do you calculate a Boxplot? Plot a symbol at the median and draw a box between the lower and upper quartiles.Calculate the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quartile) and call it IQ. The line from the lower quartile to the minimum is now drawn from the lower quartile to the smallest point that is greater than L1.

**What does a box plot tell you?**

– Different statistics from a large amount of data can be displayed using a single box plot. – It displays the range and distribution of data along a number line. – Box plots provide some indication of the data’s symmetry and skew-ness. – Box plots show outliers.