I have a two boxplotes

a1=a[['kCH4_sync','week_days']] a1.boxplot(by = 'week_days', meanline=True, showmeans=True, showcaps=True, showbox=True, showfliers=False) a2=a[['CH4_sync','week_days']] a2.boxplot(by = 'week_days', meanline=True, showmeans=True, showcaps=True, showbox=True, showfliers=False)

But I want to place them in one graph to compare them. Have you any advice to solve this problem? Thanks!

Use `return_type='axes'`

to get `a1.boxplot`

to return a matplotlib `Axes`

object.
Then pass that axes to the second call to `boxplot`

using `ax=ax`

. This will cause both boxplots to be drawn on the same axes.

a1=a[['kCH4_sync','week_days']] ax = a1.boxplot(by='week_days', meanline=True, showmeans=True, showcaps=True, showbox=True, showfliers=False, return_type='axes') a2 = a[['CH4_sync','week_days']] a2.boxplot(by='week_days', meanline=True, showmeans=True, showcaps=True, showbox=True, showfliers=False, ax=ax)

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