Diversity of data for the age, Applied Statistics

The box plot displays the diversity of data for the age; the data ranges from 19 being the minimum value and 60 being the maximum value. The box plot is positively skewed at 0.57 as the whisker at the top of the box is longer than the whisker at the bottom of the box, thus showing that there are more values at the top end of the box. The lower quartile is basically the 25th percentile which is 30; the median is the 50th percentile which is 35 and the upper quartile is 75th percentile which is 40.

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In relation to extreme data for age there are 23 outliers which have been identified on the box plot which deviate significantly from the rest of the distribution of the data:

Outlier Value



358, 1022, 1233


30, 362, 114, 417, 298, 509, 348, 921, 1386


1348, 870


87, 418, 1210


1466, 1205, 1108, 456, 405, 370

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