Examples of Histograms and How to Create One

A histogram is a graphical representation of data that shows how often each value occurs. It is used to summarize numerical data, which can be especially helpful when there is a large amount of data. This type of graph is similar to a bar graph, but the bars in a histogram are drawn next to each other instead of stacked on top of each other.

You might have seen histograms before without even realizing it! They are often used to show things like the distribution of ages in a population or the score results from a test. In this post, we will talk about different types of histograms and how you can create one.

Different Types of Histograms 

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