The Ensemble Statistics Utility allows you to view, in a tabular format, the Annual Exceedance Probability (AEP), Mean, Mean Storm, Median, Median Storm, Max, and Max Storm for each Ensemble of an object for a given result type. This feature also allows you to view the Box and Whisker graph that shows the plot of Ensemble versus the Results Value. Moreover, you can export your output into .OUT and .CSV file.
To use the Ensemble Statistics Utility:
A box and whisker plot is a graph that displays information about the range, median, and quartiles. This plot can easily demonstrate whether a distribution is skewed and whether there are potential outliers in the data set, especially for a large number of observations. Box and whisker plots are optimal for comparing distributions because the center, spread, and overall range are immediately visible. Normally, it is represented alongside a number line, similar to the following:
A box and whisker plot is used to summarize a set of data measured on an interval scale. This method is often employed in explanatory data analysis.
In a box and whisker plot: