Histogram from List with Frequencies

Marco Rainaldi shared this question 1 week ago
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Is is possible to use the Histogram function from a list that has frequencies associated with it? I have an attached table that I'd like to make a histogram of with bin widths of 3, but the Geogebra Histogram feature doesn't have an argument for a frequency list. If there's a work-around that anyone could let me know of that would be great.

Thanks!

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For the example shown, the best way to create a histogram is to use the statistic feature of GG6 .

When you type the two column numbers in the Spreadsheet and select the option One Variable Analysis you can show a histogram and choose freely the width of the bars in it. If you want you can export the statistics window to the graphics.

In GG6 two column data is interpreted as values with their frequencies, in GG5 not.

In GG5 you can introduce data and their frequencies as well, but it's more complicated. Anyway, the statistics windows is the easiest option for this.

chris

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Thanks!

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