The box plot maker creates a box plot chart for several samples with customization options like vertical/horizontal, size, colors, min, max, and include/remove outliers.
The box plot creator also generates the R code, and the boxplot statistics table (sample size, minimum, maximum, Q1, median, Q3, Mean, Skewness, Kurtosis, Outliers list).
A box plot, also called box and whisker plot, is a graphic representation of numerical data that shows a schematic level of the data distribution.
The box plot shows only the following statistics on a one dimension chart: Minimum, Q1, Median, Q3, Maximum.
Since the boxplot displays less it is very clear, hence When the distribution is symmetric, the box, and the median will be on the center of the
both charts describe the distribution and each has its advantages.
The box plot shows less data than the histogram, hence it very clear while the histogram contains all the data, but doesn't explicitly shows the quartile and median.
When you show several boxplot groups in the same chart, it is much easier to compare the distributions.
Comparing to "google maps", you may say that the boxplot is the map mode while the histogram is the satellite mode.