In this article we will learn on how to make Histogram in Microsoft Excel 2010.
Histogram is a frequency distribution which shows how often each value in a set of data occurs. Histogram is the most widely used graph to show frequency distributions. The histogram is one of the seven basic tools of quality control.
Histograms provide a visual interpretation of data which contains digits by specifying the number of data points that occur within a range of values called a class or bin. The frequency of the data that falls in each class can be shown by the use of a bar.
Example of Histogram:
Let us take an example:
We have Students data containing their Height in inches in column B. In column C we have Bin (Upper Levels) of 10 each. We need to calculate the Height of Students falling in between 40-50, 50-60, 60-70 & more than 70
Steps to make a Histogram:
A histogram is a bar graph of raw data that creates a picture of the data distribution. The bars represent the frequency of occurrence by classes of data.
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