gsl-histogram (1) - Linux Man Pages
gsl-histogram: compute histogram of data on stdin
NAMEgsl-histogram - compute histogram of data on stdin
SYNOPSYSgsl-histogram xmin xmax [n]
DESCRIPTIONgsl-histogram is a demonstration program for the GNU Scientific Library. It takes three arguments, specifying the upper and lower bounds of the histogram and the number of bins. It then reads numbers from `stdin', one line at a time, and adds them to the histogram. When there is no more data to read it prints out the accumulated histogram using gsl_histogram_fprintf. If n is unspecified then bins of integer width are used.
EXAMPLEHere is an example. We generate 10000 random samples from a Cauchy distribution with a width of 30 and histogram them over the range -100 to 100, using 200 bins.
This manual page was added by the Dirk Eddelbuettel
<edd [at] debian.org>, the Debian GNU/Linux maintainer for
was written by Brian Gough.
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This manual page was added by the Dirk Eddelbuettel <edd [at] debian.org>, the Debian GNU/Linux maintainer for GSL.