Angular histogram, Basic Statistics

Angular Histogram

A method or technique for displaying the circular data, which involves the wrapping of the usual histogram around a circle. Each bar in the histogram is centered at the middle of the group period with the length of the bar proportional to the frequency in the group. Figure drawn below shows such a display for coming times on a 24 hour clock of 254 patients at an intensive care unit, over a time of 12 months.

 

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