False Discovery Rate procedures

Number p-value Rank B-H Critical Value Significant?

In this plot, the p-values are represented by the points (values on the x-axis correspond to Row No. in the above table). The line represents the Benjamini-Hochberg critical values. The largest p-value at or below the line and all p-values smaller than that one are deemed to be significant. (Much more visually obvious if the "Sort p-values" option is checked.)

It can occur that a p-value smaller than the largest p-value below the critical value is itself larger than its own critical value. This does not represent the problem, nor make the p-value fail to reject.