Title: Trace Element Analysis in Environmental and Occupational Health. Box Plot Representation of Elemental Composition Results
Authors: SABBIONI EnricoPIETRA RomanoNICOLAOU GeorgePARR R.m.
Citation: The Science of the Total Environment vol. 80 p. 167-174
Publication Year: 1989
JRC Publication N°: JRC6318
URI: http://publications.jrc.ec.europa.eu/repository/handle/JRC6318
Type: Articles in Journals
Abstract: BOX PLOTS ARE USED IN THE VISUAL REPRESENTATION OF LARGE DATA SETS AND IN EXPLORATORY DATA ANALYSIS. THEY DISPLAY BATCHES OF DATA WITH FIVE VALUES BEING USED TO DESCRIBE THE DATA SET. THE METHOD, ALTHOUGH NOT RECENTLY ESTABLISHED, HAAS SO FAR FOUND LITTLE APPLICATION IN THE ANALYTICAL FIELD. HENCE, IN AN EFFORT TO STRENGTHEN ITS APPLICABILITY, THE FEATURES AND CAPABILITIES OF BOX PLOTS, IN TERMS OF DATA REPORTING AND INSIGHT INTO THE DATA SET, ARE HERE DESCRIBED THROUGH ELEMENTAL COMPOSITION STUDIES IN RELATION TO ENVIRONMENTAL AND OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH.
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