Advanced Box & Whisker plot
In descriptive statistics, a boxplot is a method for graphically demonstrating the locality, spread and skewness of groups of numerical data through their quartiles.
Different from standard B&W plots, this advanced Box and Whisker plot can be used to group data in various scenarios instead of presenting quartiles of raw data.
Also, one can determine how to sort the categories, by one of the segments measures to present advanced variation charts. This Box and Whisker plot also allows to conditionally color the boxes, zoom in and multi select the various entries for high resolution investigation of the data.
Sorted by Max value descending