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Apr
23
comment ContourPlot of HistogramDistribution
Your last plot is about what I would like to see. However I get only Blue and White patches. It seems that this depends only on the distribution. Possibly there are options which allow to influence the mapping between values and color?
Apr
23
comment ContourPlot of HistogramDistribution
Your first plot is about what I see. However, I do not want to address the problem by smoothing the distribution. After all there is a reason why one makes a histogram. It is conceivable that Mathematica does not find contour lines if the distribution takes just a few discrete values but why does it fail to color the area. It just needs to evaluate the function and assign a color value according to it.
Apr
22
asked ContourPlot of HistogramDistribution
Apr
20
revised How to generate a histogram distribution with height function
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Apr
20
comment How to generate a histogram distribution with height function
Thanks, this tells me how to use the height function of HistogramList but I need a HistogramDistribution, not only to plot a histogram but also for statistical operations (strictly speaking I do not need it normalized).
Apr
20
comment How to generate a histogram distribution with height function
@bill HistogramList and HistogramDistribution
Apr
20
asked How to generate a histogram distribution with height function
Apr
20
comment Marginal distribution with weight
I mean that both are valid uni- or mult-ivariate ProbabilityDistribution's.
Apr
20
comment Marginal distribution with weight
I think that this misses the point, but maybe that's because I was not clear enough. Both, P and W are, consistent distributions. P is a continuous distribution in x and y while W is a HistogramDistribution. That is, it can be evaluated for arbitrary continuous y but changes only discretely. The basic problem with MarginalDistribution is that it does not allow me to specify a weight function, independently of whether it changes continuously or discretely.
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19
comment How to print a warning/error message from my own module?
Seems I didn't scroll down to the essential information.
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comment How to obtain the value of a single symbol with mathlink
That's the part I was missing. I started to be unsure about it.