Plot Data into a Histogramm

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Mark S
Mark S on 2 Apr 2020
Commented: Mark S on 2 Apr 2020
Hello,
i have written this script:
a = exprnd(200, 100, 1);
small = find( a < 57 );
a ( small ) = 57;
classification = zeros( 100,1 );
edges = [57 66.51 84.51 111.51 145.01 180.01 224.91 1000]
for k = 1:length(a)
for m = 1:length(edges)
if a(k) >= edges(m) && a(k) < edges(m+1)
classification(k) = m;
end
end
end
C = categorical(classification,[1 2 3 4 5 6 7],{'WG1','WG2','WG3','WG4','WG5','WG6','WG7'})
h = histogram(C,'BarWidth',0.9)
And i have plottet my data into a Histogram.
My question: Is my histogram ok?
Because i thought that in a histogram the most frequent data must be in the middle? And not on the right side...

Answers (1)

KALYAN ACHARJYA
KALYAN ACHARJYA on 2 Apr 2020
"My question: Is my histogram ok?"
Ans: OK, as per your data
"Because i thought that in a histogram the most frequent data must be in the middle? And not on the right side..."
No, the shape of the histogram plot purely depends on the what type of data value. Its just the plot the bins along with occurance of number (events)

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