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Owning Class: statistics
Requires: MathScript RT Module
n = histogramc(x, edges)
[n, bin] = histogramc(x, edges)
Counts the number of values that fall between the edges of specified intervals.
|x||Specifies the data values. x is a matrix. If x is a 2D matrix, histogramc performs a column-wise histogram count.|
|edges||Specifies the edges of all intervals. edges is an array. The elements of edges must be in ascending order.|
|n||Returns the number of values that fall between edges. n is an array of integers. n(i) indicates the number of values in x that fall in the interval [edges(i), edges(i+1)]. -inf and +inf are valid values for edges. n(m) indicates the number of values in x that are equal to edges(m), where m is the length of edges.|
|bin||Returns the bin that contains the corresponding value of x. bin(k) = j indicates that x(k) is in the interval [edges(j), edges(j+1)] when j<m-1, or x(k) = edges(m) when j = m. If bin(k) = -1, x(k) is out of range. bin is an array of integers of the same length as x.|
The following table lists the support characteristics of this function.
|Supported in the LabVIEW Run-Time Engine||Yes|
|Supported on RT targets||Yes|
|Suitable for bounded execution times on RT||Not characterized|
[N, BIN] = histogramc(rand(1, 100), 0:0.1:1)