This is documentation for Mathematica 6, which was
based on an earlier version of the Wolfram Language.
 Histograms Package Symbol

# Histogram3D

 Histogram3D[{{x1, y1}, {x2, y2}, ...}] generates a three-dimensional bar graph representing a histogram of the bivariate data {{x1, y1}, {x2, y2}, ...}. Histogram3D[{{f11, f12, ..., f1l}, ..., {fk1, fk2, ..., fkl}}, FrequencyData->True] generates a histogram of the bivariate data, where fij is the frequency with which the original data falls in the category {i, j}.
• The cross-sectional area of each solid bar is proportional to the area of the rectangular region defining the respective category.
• The volume of the bar is proportional to the frequency with which the data falls in its category.
• The following options can be given:
 ApproximateIntervals Automatic whether to adjust the interval boundaries to be simple numbers FrequencyData False whether input represents the original data or frequencies in categories HistogramCategories Automatic specifies categories in the histogram HistogramRange Automatic lower and upper limits of points in histogram HistogramScale Automatic scaling of the bar heights BarEdges True whether the edges of the bars are drawn BarEdgeStyle GrayLevel[0] style of the edges of bars BarStyle GrayLevel[1] style of the faces of bars Ticks Automatic specifies tick marks for axes
Needs["Histograms`"]
Histogram of bivariate data:
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