Histogram, Advanced Statistics

Histogram is the graphical representation of the set of observations in which class frequencies are represented by the regions of rectangles centred on the class interval. If the final are all equal, the heights of the rectangles are proportional to the observed frequencies.

The histogram of heights of elderly women is shown in Figure.

 

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