# Boxplot calculator

Welcome to our Boxplot Calculator. This application is intended to help you see the distribution of your data using a simple and easy boxplot. Boxplots, also known as box-and-whisker plots, are an excellent tool for determining the dispersion and central tendency of your data. They give a clear graphical depiction of the minimum, first quartile (Q1), median (Q2), third quartile (Q3), and maximum values. If you do not have below values use our Five Number Summary calculator to find this values.

** Boxplot : **

## What is a Boxplot?

A boxplot is a standardized method of depicting data distribution using a five-number summary: minimum, first quartile (Q1), median, third quartile (Q3), and maximum. The "box" represents the interquartile range (IQR), which includes the middle 50% of the data. The "whiskers" go from the quartiles to the lowest and highest values.

**Minimum:**The smallest data point excluding outliers.**First Quartile (Q1):**The median of the lower half of the data set (25th percentile).**Median (Q2):**The middle value of the data set (50th percentile).**Third Quartile (Q3):**The median of the upper half of the data set (75th percentile).**Maximum:**The largest data point excluding outliers.

## How to Use the Boxplot Calculator

To create a boxplot using our calculator, simply enter the following values:

**Minimum:**The smallest value in your data set.**First Quartile (Q1):**The value below which 25% of the data fall.**Median (Q2):**The middle value that separates the higher half from the lower half of the data set.**Third Quartile (Q3):**The value below which 75% of the data fall.**Maximum:**The largest value in your data set.

Once you have entered these values, click on "Calculate" to generate your boxplot. The boxplot will provide a visual representation of your data, helping you to quickly identify the spread and any potential outliers.

### Why Choose Our Calculator?

Our Boxplot Calculator is user-friendly and designed to handle data of various sizes. Whether you are a student, researcher, or data analyst, our tool provides an efficient way to visualize your data and gain insights quickly.

### Get Started

Enter your data below to generate a boxplot and start analyzing your data distribution effectively!