QCPStatisticalBoxData
Public Member Functions  
QCPStatisticalBoxData ()  
QCPStatisticalBoxData (double key, double minimum, double lowerQuartile, double median, double upperQuartile, double maximum, const QVector< double > &outliers=QVector< double >())  
double  mainKey () const 
double  mainValue () const 
double  sortKey () const 
QCPRange  valueRange () const 
Static Public Member Functions  
static QCPStatisticalBoxData  fromSortKey (double sortKey) 
static bool  sortKeyIsMainKey () 
Public Attributes  
double  key 
double  lowerQuartile 
double  maximum 
double  median 
double  minimum 
QVector< double >  outliers 
double  upperQuartile 
Detailed Description
Holds the data of one single data point for QCPStatisticalBox.
The stored data is:
 key: coordinate on the key axis of this data point (this is the mainKey and the sortKey)
 minimum: the position of the lower whisker, typically the minimum measurement of the sample that's not considered an outlier.
 lowerQuartile: the lower end of the box. The lower and the upper quartiles are the two statistical quartiles around the median of the sample, they should contain 50% of the sample data.
 median: the value of the median mark inside the quartile box. The median separates the sample data in half (50% of the sample data is below/above the median). (This is the mainValue)
 upperQuartile: the upper end of the box. The lower and the upper quartiles are the two statistical quartiles around the median of the sample, they should contain 50% of the sample data.
 maximum: the position of the upper whisker, typically the maximum measurement of the sample that's not considered an outlier.
 outliers: a QVector of outlier values that will be drawn as scatter points at the key coordinate of this data point (see QCPStatisticalBox::setOutlierStyle)
The container for storing multiple data points is QCPStatisticalBoxDataContainer. It is a typedef for QCPDataContainer with QCPStatisticalBoxData as the DataType template parameter. See the documentation there for an explanation regarding the data type's generic methods.
 See also
 QCPStatisticalBoxDataContainer
Definition at line 5847 of file qcustomplot.h.
Constructor & Destructor Documentation
◆ QCPStatisticalBoxData() [1/2]
QCPStatisticalBoxData::QCPStatisticalBoxData  (  ) 
Constructs a data point with key and all values set to zero.
Definition at line 25208 of file qcustomplot.cpp.
◆ QCPStatisticalBoxData() [2/2]
QCPStatisticalBoxData::QCPStatisticalBoxData  (  double  key, 
double  minimum,  
double  lowerQuartile,  
double  median,  
double  upperQuartile,  
double  maximum,  
const QVector< double > &  outliers = QVector<double>() 

) 
Constructs a data point with the specified key, minimum, lowerQuartile, median, upperQuartile, maximum and optionally a number of outliers.
Definition at line 25222 of file qcustomplot.cpp.
Member Function Documentation
◆ fromSortKey()

inlinestatic 
Returns a data point with the specified sortKey. All other members are set to zero.
For a general explanation of what this method is good for in the context of the data container, see the documentation of QCPDataContainer.
Definition at line 5854 of file qcustomplot.h.
◆ mainKey()

inline 
Returns the key member of this data point.
For a general explanation of what this method is good for in the context of the data container, see the documentation of QCPDataContainer.
Definition at line 5857 of file qcustomplot.h.
◆ mainValue()

inline 
Returns the median member of this data point.
For a general explanation of what this method is good for in the context of the data container, see the documentation of QCPDataContainer.
Definition at line 5858 of file qcustomplot.h.
◆ sortKey()

inline 
Returns the key member of this data point.
For a general explanation of what this method is good for in the context of the data container, see the documentation of QCPDataContainer.
Definition at line 5853 of file qcustomplot.h.
◆ sortKeyIsMainKey()

inlinestatic 
Since the member key is both the data point key coordinate and the data ordering parameter, this method returns true.
For a general explanation of what this method is good for in the context of the data container, see the documentation of QCPDataContainer.
Definition at line 5855 of file qcustomplot.h.
◆ valueRange()

inline 
Returns a QCPRange spanning from the minimum to the maximum member of this statistical box data point, possibly further expanded by outliers.
For a general explanation of what this method is good for in the context of the data container, see the documentation of QCPDataContainer.
Definition at line 5860 of file qcustomplot.h.
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