[R] mild and extreme outliers in boxplot

Rnewbie xuancj at yahoo.com
Thu Aug 20 11:07:44 CEST 2009

Hi Ottorino,

Nevermind. I'm not in a position to require answers. As I said, I appreciate
any help and that people would spend time reading my post.

I didn't intend to elicit debates over my post, but again I thank all for
offering help. I need some time to digest the information before making
further posts.

best wishes to all,

Dr. Ottorino-Luca Pantani wrote:
> Hi Jimmy,
> please be reassured that I did not intend to offend you nor any other in 
> the list.
> Rnewbie ha scritto:
>> I read the boxplot() help file and googled before making the post, and
>> with
>> my little knowledge on R I was not able to plot in the way I wanted. 
> If I'm allowed, this was not evident from your post.
> Probably due to its conciseness, I thought it was in the style
> "I have a problem, I do not want to study to solve it, need someone to 
> do it for me"
> I realize now it was not the case. I apologize for this.
> Ottorino
>> That’s
>> why I made the post. Whether I can eventually solve the problem or not, I
>> appreciate very much any help.
>> I’m a very beginner of R, and found the R help forum a couple of weeks
>> ago.
>> Since I thought I’m not among the major players of the forum and that the
>> post per se rather than poster is of concern like in any other public
>> online
>> forum, I just registered with an arbitrarily chosen ID and kept using it.
>> I’m not making use of R help for any commercial purposes whatsoever. I’m
>> a
>> master’s student working on my thesis.
>> Thanks all for your help.
>> Jimmy
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