Manuals/calci/HISTOGRAM
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HISTOGRAM(Array, BinRange, NewTableFlag)
- where, is an array of data or reference to cells containing data to analyze
- is the set of intervals to create an Histogram
- is a logical value that decides whether to display the output in the same worksheet or a new space cube.
HISTOGRAM() counts the number of occurrences of each data point in each of several data bins.
Description
HISTOGRAM(Array, BinRange, NewTableFlag)
- An Histogram is a representation of tabulated frequencies over discrete bins(intervals).
- HISTOGRAM() performs data analysis in an array depending on the intervals, and returns a column chart that displays frequency data.
- can be array of numbers to analyze using HISTOGRAM() function.
- is the range of intervals in which data in array is counted. A data is included in particular bin range if the number is greater than lowest range and equal to or less than largest range.
- can be a logical value TRUE or FALSE. If omitted, Calci assumes it to be FALSE.
- If is TRUE, the result is displayed on new zspace sheet.
Need to check the functionality of NewTableFlag Currently, for TRUE, result table in Calci shows (both on new zspace) (a)Bin, Frequency columns and (b)two more columns showing Bin and Frequency in descending order For FALSE, Calci displays only Bin and Frequency columns.
Examples
Consider the following table in Calci, with Columns A and B as array inputs for HISTOGRAM() function.
Array | Bin Range | |
1 | 10 | |
7 | 20 | |
12 | 30 | |
17 | 40 | |
20 | 50 | |
37 | ||
50 |
=HISTOGRAM(A3:A9, B3:B7, TRUE) returns the following table:
Bin | Frequency |
---|---|
10 | 2 |
20 | 3 |
30 | 0 |
40 | 1 |
50 | 1 |
More | 0 |