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Select one or more columns of amplitudes and produce a box-and-whisker plot. If the first row contains non-numeric entries, it is used as the label for each data group.

Initial plot settings:

The initial plot will be a median-based (rather than mean-based) box-and-whisker plot, with groups oriented vertically. To change the ranges represented by the box and/or whiskers or to edit the definitions of outliers and extremes, right-click on the plot and select "Format". To change the orientation of the plot, or the colors, line styles, and symbol styles used by various objects, select "Attributes" on that same "Box-and-Whisker Options" dialog.

To switch from a box-and-whisker plot to a dot graph, right-click on the plot and select "Dot Graph".



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