Histogram

Histograms are often used to visually represent continuous data.

histogram(Statistics_data)

It draws an histogram for a data sample.

Option Description Format Default value
axis_label A list of two labels for the x and y axes. Two Strings {x_label,y_label}. {,}
close_right When set to true, the histogram uses intervals closed on the right (i.e (a,b] ). When false uses intervals closed on the left. Boolean true
color Sets the color of the outline of the histogram bars. RGB list of values {r,g,b} where r, g, and b are integers between 0-255. Alternatively one of the following strings: black, white, red, green, blue, cyan, magenta, yellow, brown, orange, pink, grey, dark_grey, light_grey, or one of the HTML colors, by name (e.g. html_indigo rather than 4b0082). {180,60,0}
fill_color Sets the color of the inside of the histogram bars. Same as the color option above. {255,200,0}
frequencies When set to true, the y-axis shows the absolute frequency of the values on the x-axis. When false the y-axis shows relative frequency. Boolean. true
intervals Use this option to specify where histogram bars are delimited. List of the exact values where histogram bars start and end, an algorithm that computes those values ("Sturges", "FD" or "Scott"), or a suggested number of boxes. "Sturges"
show_axis When set to true, shows both x and y axes. If false, shows no axes. Boolean. true
show_label When set to true, shows a label above each bar with the corresponding y-value. Boolean. false
title Title to be displayed above the histogram. String. "" (empty string)
x_limits List of two numbers to be used as the minimum and maximum values displayed on the x-axis. Two Floats {a,b} {}
y_limits List of two numbers to be used as the minimum and maximum values displayed on the y-axis. Two Floats {a,b} {}