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HISTN: Octave function to produce normalized histogram

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  • Stephen Eglen

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    Here is a simple adaptation of hist.m so that the histogram is normalised, i.e. the bars are all multiplied by some constant so that the sum of the bars is equal to the argument NORM.

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    Software component provided by in its series Octave codes with number C0206901.

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    Programming language: Octave
    Requires: Octave
    Date of creation: 09 Feb 2000
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    Handle: RePEc:cod:octave:c020901

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