Tag for questions about building histograms in Mathematica. Apart from generating the graphics, and prettifying them, this also includes methods to extract their data.

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Setting `ChartLabels` in a histogram

I have two data sets that I use to build a histogram in the following code: ...
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Automatically sizing elements in a DistributionChart with custom ChartElementFunction

This is a follow-up to some related questions: 46770 and 60600. I'd like to make a DistributionChart where the elements are histograms with my own custom ...
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Speeding up 2D histogram plotting (perhaps via ListDensityPlot)?

What would be the fastest way to take an array containing about $n=10^6$ to $10^7$ elements and plot a two-dimensional histogram with A x B bins? ListDensityPlot is taking upwards of half-an-hour. ...
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Problems with log-log histograms

I'm using a custom function to create Log-Log Histograms of my data. It uses the CustomTicks` package (in LevelScheme, http://scidraw.nd.edu/levelscheme/) to display Log Ticks. ...
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What happened with good old Histogram?

For the sake of demonstration in a class I wanted to use the line: Histogram[Accumulate[RandomReal[{-1, 1}, 100000]], {1}, "Probability"] to get a ...
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map of Europe as histogram

I want to make a histogram using the map of Europe, such as this or similar: thanks to all
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spherical histogram for 3D object

I want to develop a shperical histogram for 3D object. Given a 3D object, I put it in a cylinder where its axis pass through the centroid of the object. The cylinder is sampled into a number N of ...
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Comparing heavy tailed and non-heavy tailed distribution using Mathematica

I have data from a heavy tailed distribution (see picture 1) and a non-heavy tailed distribution (see picture 2) and want to compare it using a histogram on log-scale. However the picture 3 does not ...