# How do I create a histogram in Excel with an example?

## How do I create a histogram in Excel with an example?

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Here are the steps to create a Histogram chart in Excel 2016:

1. Select the entire dataset.
2. Click the Insert tab.
3. In the Charts group, click on the ‘Insert Static Chart’ option.
4. In the HIstogram group, click on the Histogram chart icon.

### How do you calculate histogram in Excel?

Make sure you load the Analysis ToolPakto add the Data Analysis command to the Data tab. On a worksheet, type the input data in one column, and the bin numbers in ascending order in another column. Click Data > Data Analysis > Histogram > OK. Under Input, select the input range (your data), then select the bin range.

What are some examples of histograms?

Example of a Histogram

• There are 3 customers waiting between 1 and 35 seconds.
• There are 5 customers waiting between 1 and 40 seconds.
• There are 5 customers waiting between 1 and 45 seconds.
• There are 5 customers waiting between 1 and 50 seconds.
• There are 2 customers waiting between 1 and 55 seconds.

How do you complete a histogram table?

To make a histogram, follow these steps:

1. On the vertical axis, place frequencies. Label this axis “Frequency”.
2. On the horizontal axis, place the lower value of each interval.
3. Draw a bar extending from the lower value of each interval to the lower value of the next interval.

## How do you create a histogram using class intervals in Excel?

How to make a histogram with a PivotChart

1. Create a pivot table. To create a pivot table, go to the Insert tab > Tables group, and click PivotTable.
2. Summarize values by Count.
3. Create the intervals (bins)
4. Plot a histogram.

### How do you make a histogram in Excel with multiple series?

The obvious way is to right click -> select data -> add both data series to the chart, but the histogram still shows only one set of data.