2D Range Plots - Boxes

In this style of range plot, the range is represented by a "box" (i.e., as a rectangular box where the top of the box is the upper range and the bottom of the box is the lower range). The midpoints are represented either as point markers or horizontal lines that "cut" the box. For more information and examples on input data arrangement for this graph see Graphs - 2D Range Plots. See also "One-sided" Ranges or Error Bars in Range Plots.

Editing graph data for box and whisker format graphs: see Editing Graph Data for Box and Whisker Format Graphs.