2D Box Plots - Columns

In this type of box plot, vertical columns are used to represents the variable's midpoint (i.e., mean or median). The whiskers superimposed on each column mark the selected range (i.e., standard error, standard deviation, min-max, or constant) around the midpoint. The default column patterns used in this graph can be adjusted in the appropriate pattern's properties dialog (e.g., Line Properties, Area Properties, Marker Properties). To quickly select a property dialog, right click on the pattern you wish to change and select Pattern from the shortcut menu. These property dialogs can also be accessed by selecting General in the Graph Options dialog. To change a pattern, click on the marker, line, or area pattern button to open the appropriate pattern dialog.

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

See also, 2D Box Plots, Graphs - Scatterplots w/Box Plots, Graphs - 2D Box Plots, and Graphs - Categorized Box Plots.