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What is a boxplot?
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Written by Lari Lehtonen
Updated over a week ago

Wikipedia defines boxplot as a method for graphically depicting groups of numerical data through their quartiles.

The tutorial Understanding Boxplots by Michael Galarnyk provides a comprehensive yet detailed information on boxplots and how to interpret them.

Boxplots are used in Nosto's reporting view to analyze the performance of variations in a test. You can learn more about how to interpret results in an article here.

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