Use the equivalence plot to view a graphical summary of the equivalence test results and to determine whether you can claim equivalence.
An equivalence plot displays the equivalence limits, the confidence interval for equivalence, and the decision about whether you can claim equivalence.
Use histograms to assess the shape and spread of the data. Histograms are best when the sample size is greater than 20.
Use the subject profile plot to examine the responses of each participant to the test treatment and the reference treatment.
Use a boxplot to examine the spread of the data and identify any potential outliers. Boxplots are best when the sample size is greater than 20.