From box plot, displays minimum and maximum observations within 1 5 IQR (75th to 25th percentile span) from either 25th or 75th percentile Outlier are those that fall outside of the 1 5 range
Iron rods extending on either side of the bowsprit, to spread, or guy out, the stays, etc
The whiskers of an animal such as a cat or a mouse are the long stiff hairs that grow near its mouth
You can refer to the hair on a man's face, especially on the sides of his face, as his whiskers. wild, savage-looking fellows, with large whiskers, unshaven beards, and dirty faces
That part of the beard which grows upon the sides of the face, or upon the chin, or upon both; as, side whiskers; chin whiskers
You can use whisker in expressions such as by a whisker or within a whisker of to indicate that something happened or is true, but only by a very small amount or degree. A new pet census showed that cats now outnumber dogs by a whisker She came within a whisker of taking a gold medal Unemployment is now a whisker away from three million
A spinnaker pole is a spar used in sailboats (both dinghys and yachts) to help support and control a variety of headsails, particularly the spinnaker. However, it is also used with other sails, such as genoas and jibs, when sailing downwind with no spinnaker hoisted. (Since the load on a spinnaker pole is very light on this point of sailing, sometimes a special light spinnaker pole called a whisker pole is used in these circumstances.)
In descriptive statistics, a boxplot (also known as a box-and-whisker diagram or box and whisker plot or plot or candlestick chart) is a convenient way of graphically depicting groups of numerical data through their five-number summaries (the smallest observation, lower quartile (Q1), median, upper quartile (Q3), and largest observation). A boxplot also indicates which observations, if any, might be considered outliers. The boxplot was invented in 1977 by the American statistician John Tukey
In descriptive statistics, a boxplot (also known as a box-and-whisker diagram or box and whisker plot or plot or candlestick chart) is a convenient way of graphically depicting groups of numerical data through their five-number summaries (the smallest observation, lower quartile (Q1), median, upper quartile (Q3), and largest observation). A boxplot also indicates which observations, if any, might be considered outliers. The boxplot was invented in 1977 by the American statistician John Tukey
The capillary that holds the intestine in the fat and provides a flow of blood to the intestine When removing the intestine with a knife, the capillary is not completely removed, creating a hair-like appearance on the surface of the casing