cause they both plot something
A dot plot is similar to a bar graph because they both can give you the same amount of pets and other things that you might use them for.
Dot plots represent the values of a data-set which is classified according to two variables.
Dotplots and stem-and-leaf displays both show every data value.
No because box and whisker plots are related to cumulative frequency curves
Yes, I believe they can.
by looking at it and seeing the difference
Nothing. Most box and whisker plots do not have 88 on them!
I believe it was John Tukey in 1997
Compare the shape,center,and spread of the data in the box plots with the data for stores A and B in the two box plots in example 2.
Parallel box and whisker plots are regular box and whisker plots, but drawn "one-above-the other" on the piece of paper. To enable to do this easily, draw an x-axis which is big enough for the largest value in the data, and small enough for the smallest value in the data (in the entire collection of data). Plot each box-and-whisker diagram below each other.
Move along the z axis.
never, you will never use it
They are different because It is easier to see the amount of the subject you are using on a bar graph than a dot plot because you can get the answer faster and more quickly.
More people in different professions are finding use for box and whiskers plots. It can be used very effectively in time series analysis, which may include engineers, economists, earth scientists, statistician, social sciences and medicine, to name a few professions. Stock market analysis using the open, hi, low & close format as used in Excel is not really the same, but it does show the range of the values for a stock, and relavent values. Excel (by Microsoft) does not have box and whisker plots, but there are many companies selling add in programs to make these plots. I use the Matlab program, which has the capabilities to make box and whisker plots. See related links.
The word that rhymes with dot and has a similar meaning is: spot.
It's eaiser to see the outlier ( odd number) out of the data.
it is absolutely cazy and stupiddunno
It is marked in the centre of the big box.
Can't be answered without knowing all the printing on the box. It stands for Gold Dot Hollow Point. It is Gold Dot ammunition made by Speer
Box plots are box-and-whiskers plot. Basically, it represents a set of data by marking its five number summary: lowest, quartile 1, median, quartile 3, and highest. Moreover, it also shows a dotted connection to outliers. See the link in the related links section below for an example of what it looks like.
On a standard box-and-whisker plot, the averages used are medians. Arithmetic means are used in some box-and-whisker plots, but most use medians.
They used a bunch of paint dots to make a picture (similar to a mosaic) hence dot art.
A dot-matrix uses an inked ribbon, similar to the ribbon used on a typewriter.