Two Boxplots in one graph

Hello fellas,

I extracted the first and second half of a column of a csv data. They have different length. Now I want to put them in the same graph with a nice legend. Can somebody please help. Here is the code and the csv data.

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt import pandas as pd import numpy as np

df = pd.read_csv (r’/home/dieter/.config/spyder-py3/cardio.csv’) df = pd.read_csv(“cardio.csv”, usecols = [‘blutdruck’,‘target’]) print(df)

eins = df.loc[0:164, ‘blutdruck’:‘target’] null = df.loc[165:302, ‘blutdruck’:‘target’]

boxplot_eins = eins.boxplot(column=[‘blutdruck’])

boxplot_null = null.boxplot(column=[‘blutdruck’])

Here is the link to the csv data → Dropbox - cardio.csv - Simplify your life

and here the code in python format → Dropbox - - Simplify your life

Thanks in advance!

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