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 ====== Histograms ​ ====== ====== Histograms ​ ======
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-{{tag>​H1D histogram}} 
  
  
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 To construct a histogram representing a density distribution of some variable To construct a histogram representing a density distribution of some variable
 one should follow these 2 steps: construct a histogram object using the one should follow these 2 steps: construct a histogram object using the
-[[/​scavis/​api/​doc.php/jhplot/​H1D|H1D]] ​class and then fill it.+<javadoc sc>​jhplot.H1D</javadoc> ​class and then fill it.
  
 Here is an simple example of how to build a histogram with 100 bins between 0 and 5: Here is an simple example of how to build a histogram with 100 bins between 0 and 5:
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 See more details in the SCaVis [[/​scavis/​api/​doc.php/​jhplot/​H1D|H1D API]] See more details in the SCaVis [[/​scavis/​api/​doc.php/​jhplot/​H1D|H1D API]]
  
-You can get a complete different look and feel using  various attributes of the [[/​scavis/​api/​doc.php/jhplot/​H1D|H1D]] class or +You can get a complete different look and feel using  various attributes of the  
-[[/​scavis/​api/​doc.php/jhplot/​HPlot|HPlot]].+<javadoc sc>​jhplot.H1D</javadoc> ​  or 
 +<javadoc sc>​jhplot.HPlot</javadoc> class.
  
-You can use  different canvases also (see Section [[man:​visual:​graphics]]). For example, replacing ​ +You can use  different canvases also (see Section [[man:​visual:​graphics]]). For example, replacing ​<javadoc sc>​jhplot.HPlot</javadoc> 
-[[/​scavis/​api/​doc.php/jhplot/​HPlot|HPlot]] +with <javadoc sc>​jhplot.HPlotter<​/javadoc> ​ leads to the image shown below:
-with [[/​scavis/​api/​doc.php/jhplot/​HPlotter|HPlotter]] ​ leads to the image shown below:+
  
  
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 Build a histogram in 2 dimensions using the Java class Build a histogram in 2 dimensions using the Java class
-[[/​scavis/​api/​doc.php/jhplot/​H2D|H2D]].+<javadoc sc>​jhplot.H2D</javadoc> class.
 This is an example using the JHPLOT package (here we are using again Jython syntax, This is an example using the JHPLOT package (here we are using again Jython syntax,
 instead of Java): instead of Java):
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 {{tag>​H3D}} {{tag>​H3D}}
  
-Similarly, histograms can be defined in 3D using the class [[/​scavis/​api/​doc.php/​jhplot/​H3D|H3D]]+Similarly, histograms can be defined in 3D using the  <​javadoc sc>​jhplot.H3D</​javadoc> ​class.
  
  
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