How do I interpret the percentile bar and boxplot diagrams in the analysis toolkit?
A boxplot graphically shows groups of numerical data through their five-number summaries: the smallest observation, lower quartile, median, upper quartile, and largest observation. The spacing between the different parts of the box helps to indicate the spread and skewness in the data. Here you can see a statistical summary of the indicators of your publications compared to those of your organisation.
The decentile bars show average indicator values divided into decentiles within your organisation. The bars consist of the same number of authors grouped according to their indicator value. The marked bar indicates the decentile where your own value is present. If the bar with the highest value is filled that means that your indicator value is among the 10% highest ranked researcher in KI according to the selected indicator and year span.