As a visual representation of data, then a histogram is a way of analysing data.
yes they can
bar chart and histogram
yes it can
It is not, so the question is misinformed.
A bar chart or a histogram.
It makes Data simpler to compare as opposed to a chart
A frequency diagram or, for grouped data, an histogram.
histogram; bar graph
Yes they are.
A Histogram, a line plot and a line graph.
A histogram is used to analyze a distribution of data. It look like a graph and can be used in many formats - the most popular may be in Photography, showing the distribution of shadows and light in a visual representation.
In statistics, histogram is a graphical representation showing visual impression of the distribution of data. While in photography, it is one of the most useful tool in digital photography. Every digital camera, from the simplest point and shoot to the most sophiscated has the ability to display a histogram.
You can't. You can get the median and mode from the data set, but not the histogram itself.
A display file is a set of uncorrelated data, such as a histogram array or bivariate array. The arrays are filled event by event from a list data in order to create a display. The saved arrays usually take up far less disk space, but can the data can no longer be gated.
Yes, any data set can be displayed using a histogram, as long as it represents original data, or data that does fall in a particular order.
A histogram graph displays continuous data. The data is displayed in ordered columns. Example of data that can shown by a histogram graph is time, inches, and temperature.
A histogram can handle data when the bars are not all of the same width. This is particularly important for data which are skewed.
Both divide the data into discrete groups or intervals. The frequency histogram gives the number of times the data occur in the particular group or interval, while the relative frequency histogram gives the fraction of times the data occur in the particular group or interval.
it has a limitedamount of data
imhist(x); where 'x' is your data or image to find histogram.
If you are bothering to measure it, it probably is not nominal data in your study.