Boxplot for visualising what is computed via ANOVA

Are the results similar? The results from the different samples may be compared to give us an idea and visualized through a boxplot of the results. ANOVA can be used to measure and tell the difference or similarity with statistical significance.

The Box Plot divides our data into 4 equal parts allowing us to see how our quartered data is spread. We are also able to see the relative differences of the processes or methods

The Table allows data to be changed to see differences in the Box Plot allowing you to key in data for 3 different processes or methods.

The data is also computed via ANOVA to give you the statistical significance of the Box Plot visuals.