## Usage

stat_boxplot(mapping = NULL, data = NULL, geom = "boxplot", position = "dodge", na.rm = FALSE,
coef = 1.5, ...)

## Arguments

- coef
- length of the whiskers as multiple of IQR.
Defaults to 1.5
- na.rm
- If
`FALSE`

(the default), removes
missing values with a warning. If `TRUE`

silently
removes missing values.
- mapping
- The aesthetic mapping, usually constructed
with
`aes`

or `aes_string`

. Only
needs to be set at the layer level if you are overriding
the plot defaults.
- data
- A layer specific dataset - only needed if you
want to override the plot defaults.
- geom
- The geometric object to use display the data
- position
- The position adjustment to use for
overlappling points on this layer
- ...
- other arguments passed on to
`layer`

. This can include aesthetics whose
values you want to set, not map. See `layer`

for more details.

## Value

A data frame with additional columns: widthwidth
of boxplot yminlower whisker = smallest
observation greater than or equal to lower hinge - 1.5 *
IQR lowerlower hinge, 25% quantile
notchlowerlower edge of notch = median - 1.58 *
IQR / sqrt(n) middlemedian, 50% quantile
notchupperupper edge of notch = median + 1.58 *
IQR / sqrt(n) upperupper hinge, 75% quantile
ymaxupper whisker = largest observation less than
or equal to upper hinge + 1.5 * IQR

## Description

Calculate components of box and whisker plot.

## Aesthetics

`stat_boxplot`

understands the following aesthetics (required aesthetics are in bold):

## Examples

# See geom_boxplot for examples