FY 2016 Inspectional Observation Summaries

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1) Is it possible to include a number of observations per group above each group boxplot (but NOT on the X axis where my group labels are) without having to do this in paint :)? I have tried using:

where CON is the 1st group and y = 60 is ~ just above the boxplot for this group. However, the command didn't work. I assume it has something to do that it reads x as a continuous rather than a categorical variable.

2) Also although there are plenty of questions about using the mean rather than the median for the boxplots, I still haven`t found a code that works for me?

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration FDA is frequently publishing summaries of its inspection observations listed documented on an FDA Form 483.

FDA's lead office for all field activities, including inspections and enforcement is the Office of Regulatory Affairs (ORA). During an inspection, ORA investigators may observe conditions they deem to be objectionable. These observations are listed on an FDA Form 483 when, in an investigator's judgment, the observed conditions or practices indicate that an FDA-regulated product may be in violation of FDA's requirements. 

Summaries of FDA Form 483s are issued from the TURBO EIR System including the number of times an area of regulation was cited as an observation by product or program area.

1) Is it possible to include a number of observations per group above each group boxplot (but NOT on the X axis where my group labels are) without having to do this in paint :)? I have tried using:

where CON is the 1st group and y = 60 is ~ just above the boxplot for this group. However, the command didn't work. I assume it has something to do that it reads x as a continuous rather than a categorical variable.

2) Also although there are plenty of questions about using the mean rather than the median for the boxplots, I still haven`t found a code that works for me?

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration FDA is frequently publishing summaries of its inspection observations listed documented on an FDA Form 483.

FDA's lead office for all field activities, including inspections and enforcement is the Office of Regulatory Affairs (ORA). During an inspection, ORA investigators may observe conditions they deem to be objectionable. These observations are listed on an FDA Form 483 when, in an investigator's judgment, the observed conditions or practices indicate that an FDA-regulated product may be in violation of FDA's requirements. 

Summaries of FDA Form 483s are issued from the TURBO EIR System including the number of times an area of regulation was cited as an observation by product or program area.

SWPC utilizes an array of observed data sets in their Space Weather forecast operations and related research.  Many of these data sets are available in near-real-time, and come from a variety of sources, ranging from solar imaging satellites to ground magnetometer stations.  SWPC also provides these data sources to the external community.

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1) Is it possible to include a number of observations per group above each group boxplot (but NOT on the X axis where my group labels are) without having to do this in paint :)? I have tried using:

where CON is the 1st group and y = 60 is ~ just above the boxplot for this group. However, the command didn't work. I assume it has something to do that it reads x as a continuous rather than a categorical variable.

2) Also although there are plenty of questions about using the mean rather than the median for the boxplots, I still haven`t found a code that works for me?



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