# How do you make a back to back Stemplot?

**To create a back to back**stem-and-leaf plot, we do the same thing on the left side of the plot using Set 1 data. Again, and this can be a little tricky at first, the leaf numbers go in order with the smallest being closest to the stem and getting larger as you move out further to the left.

Similarly, you may ask, what is the purpose of a back to back Stemplot?

A **back-to-back stemplot** is used for numerical data, where two sets of data use the same set of stems, but one data set radiates to the left and the other radiates to the right.

Secondly, what does a back to back stem and leaf plot tell you? **Stem-and-leaf plots are** an effective way to present data, allowing **us** to see at a glance the distribution of numbers. A **back to back stem-and-leaf plot** goes one step further and allows for easy comparison of two sets of numbers.

Keeping this in consideration, how do you do a back to back stem and leaf plot in Excel?

**To create a stem and leaf plot:**

- Click on the QI Macros menu, then Chart Templates, then Stem and Leaf Plot to open the template.
- Input or cut and paste your data into the yellow input areas.
- Double click on the button and QI Macros will perform the analysis and create the two-sided plot.

What is a back to back stem and leaf diagram?

**Back-to-Back**. **Stem-and-Leaf Plots**. Introduction. This procedure generates a **stem-and-leaf plot** of a batch of data. The **stem-and-leaf plot** is similar to a histogram and its main purpose is to show the data distribution while retaining the uniqueness of each data value.