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Q: What is a double stem plot?

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A double stem and leaf plot is a stem and leaf plot but there is a number in the middle and one number on each side to distibute data

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A double stem plot is a graphical method for displaying the values from two samples whose values extend over similar ranges. Assuming that you know what a (single) stem plot is, begin making a double one by using the smallest element from the two samples to form the first item for the stem, and place it at the top of the stem. Now complete the a stem plot for the first sample in the usual way on the right side of the stem. Having done that, create the leaves for the other sample elements on the left side of the stem. The link points to a page with an example.

A double stem-and-leaf plot is also known as a back-to-back stem-and-leaf plot. Instead of there being a stem on the left side and its leaf on the right, the stem is in the middle, with a leaf on the right and a leaf on the left. It is used to compare sets of data. For example, the number of homeruns hit by National League teams vs. American League teams.

a plot that involves stem and leaf

It is the result of drawing stem-and-leaf plots for two variables, back-to-back, such that they share the same stem.

A graph and stem is different to a leaf plot because in a leaf plot, there is a stem and leaf in a plot, while in a graph and stem, there is a leaf and stem in a graph.

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