Data can be displayed in many different ways. One way is with a box-and-whisker plot.
A box-and-whisker plot is a visual representation of the distribution of a data set. It shows the distribution
according to percentiles. To say it another way, it allows interpreters to quickly identify the range of values for
the first 25% of data, the second 25% of data, the third 25% of data, and the fourth 25% of data. In previous lessons,
we learned general information about box-and-whisker plots and
how to create
them. Now, we will learn how to interpret box plots.