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Histogram   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
Histogram[{x_1, x_2, ...}] plots a histogram of the values x_i.Histogram[{x_1, x_2, ...}, bspec] plots a histogram with bin width specification bspec.Histogram[{x_1, x_2, ...
Histograms`   (Mathematica Compatibility Information)
As of Version 7, the Histograms Package has been integrated into the Mathematica kernel.
HistogramDistribution   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
HistogramDistribution[{x_1, x_2, ...}] represents the probability distribution corresponding to a histogram of the data values x_i.HistogramDistribution[{{x_1, y_1, ...}, ...
PairedHistogram   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
PairedHistogram[{x_1, x_2, ...}, {y_1, y_2, ...}] plots a paired histogram of the values x_i and y_i.PairedHistogram[{x_1, x_2, ...}, {y_1, y_2, ...}, bspec] plots a paired ...
DensityHistogram   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
DensityHistogram[{{x_1, y_1}, {x_2, y_2}, ...}] plots a density histogram of the values {x_i, y_i}.DensityHistogram[{{x_1, y_1}, {x_2, y_2}, ...}, bspec] plots a density ...
ImageCooccurrence   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
ImageCooccurrence[image, n] gives the n*n cooccurrence matrix for image.ImageCooccurrence[image, n, ker] computes a cooccurrence matrix for arbitrary spatial relationships ...
Histogram3D   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
Histogram3D[{{x_1, y_1}, {x_2, y_2}, ...}] plots a 3D histogram of the values {x_i, y_i}.Histogram3D[{{x_1, y_1}, {x_2, y_2}, ...}, bspec] plots a 3D histogram with bins ...
Mathematica's symbolic architecture and dynamic interface make possible a uniquely flexible and convenient approach to charting and information visualization. With ...
Statistical Visualization   (Mathematica Guide)
Statistical visualization is used to understand how data is distributed and how that compares to other datasets and distributions. Histograms and smooth histograms both ...
SmoothKernelDistribution   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
SmoothKernelDistribution[{x_1, x_2, ...}] represents a smooth kernel distribution based on the data values x_i.SmoothKernelDistribution[{{x_1, y_1, ...}, {x_2, y_2, ...}, ...
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