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Thu Sep 28 01:47:46 CEST 2006
There may be an easier way but here is one way you can do it.
# create vector that has Y[i] X[i]s
new.data <- rep(X,Y)
hist(new.data, breaks=c(0,.1,.4,.6)) # or something like that look at
what exactly breaks should be.
On 9/27/06, Mohsen Jafarikia <jafarikia at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear all,
> I want to design a histogram and I need to have the frequency at certain
> points. For example I have the following 2 columns:
> *X Y*
> 0.1 25
> 0.4 22
> 0.45 11
> 0.55 21
> I want the chart to have 4 columns. First column is from 0.0-0.1 (on X) and
> frequency is 25. Next colum is wider and form 0.1-0.4 with 22 frequency.
> Next column is narrow with 11 frequency and the last column is the same as
> the first one with 21 frequency.
> Can anybody tell me how I can have this chart.
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Epidemiology and Biostatistics
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