Difference between revisions of "StemPlot Command"
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 StemPlot[ <List> ]
 Returns a stem plot of the given list of numbers. Outliers are removed from the plot and listed separately.
 An outlier is defined as a value outside the interval [ Q1  1.5 (Q3  Q1) , Q3 + 1.5 (Q3  Q1) ].
 StemPlot[ <List>, <Adjustment 101> ]
 Returns a stem plot of the given list of numbers.
 If Adjustment = 1 the default stem unit is divided by 10
 If Adjustment = 0 nothing is changed
 If Adjustment = 1 the default stem unit is multiplied by 10