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RE: Plotting the histogram

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  • Subject: [mg31331] RE: [mg31303] Plotting the histogram
  • From: "tgarza01 at" <tgarza01 at>
  • Date: Sun, 28 Oct 2001 03:07:12 -0500 (EST)
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You have probably overlooked the fact that the add-on package Graphics`Graphics` (where Histogram resides) has to be loaded prior to using any function contained in it. Here is the complete code that will do what you want:


It works without a hitch.
Caveat: If you forget to launch the package and try to evaluate Histogram (with no results, of course), for example, you must Remove[Histogram] before loading the package. The same goes for any function in any package.

Tomas Garza
Mexico City
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From:  msdawy at (Mohamed El Dawy)
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Subject: [mg31331] [mg31303] Plotting the histogram

i am quite new to mathematica...
i am trying to plot a histogram of some data..
i have a list x filled with values, when i type 
normdata = RandomArray[NormalDistribution[], 100];
it responds with nothing (these 2 lines are taken from the examples).
i can't see what's wrong..
could you please help me?
thank you...

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