In descriptive statistics, a box plot or boxplot is a visualization method for graphically depicting groups of numerical data through their quartiles. Here, we will explain the typical types of box plot used in the EzBioCloud and EzBioCloud services.
Sometimes, you may want to see the distribution without displaying extreme outliers that would squeeze the chart. You can quickly redraw the box plot by excluding outliers, whereever the function is available.
In this example, the relative abundances of the genus Veillonella between two MTP sets (Tutorial_1_healthy and Tutorial_1_Diseased) are used to draw the box plots. (a) is the button to toggle the option for excluding outliers.
Last updated on March 2, 2018