# FrequencyTable Command

From GeoGebra Manual

- FrequencyTable[ <List of Raw Data> ]
- Returns a table (as text) whose first column contains sorted list of unique elements of list
*L*and second column contains the count of the occurrences of value in the first column. List*L*can be numbers or text. - FrequencyTable[ <Boolean Cumulative>, <List of Raw Data> ]
- If
*Cumulative = false*, returns the same table as Frequency[ <List of Raw Data> ] - If
*Cumulative = true*, returns a table whose first column is the same as in FrequencyTable[ <List of Raw Data> ] and the second contains cumulative frequencies of values in the first column. - FrequencyTable[ <List of Class Boundaries>, <List of Raw Data> ]
- Returns a table (as text) whose first column contains intervals (classes) and second column contains the count of numbers in
*List of Raw Data*, which belong to the interval in the first column. All intervals except the highest interval are of the form [a, b). The highest interval has the form [a, b]. - FrequencyTable[ <Boolean Cumulative>, <List of Class Boundaries>, <List of Raw Data> ]
- If
*Cumulative = false*, returns the same table as FrequencyTable[ <List of Class Boundaries>, <List of Raw Data> ] - If
*Cumulative = true*, returns a table whose first column is the same as in FrequencyTable[ <List of Raw Data> ] and the second contains cumulative frequencies of values in the first column. - FrequencyTable[ <List of Class Boundaries>, <List of Raw Data>, <Use Density> , <Density Scale Factor (optional)> ]
- Returns a table (as text) whose first column contains intervals (classes) and second contains frequencies for the corresponding Histogram Command.
- FrequencyTable[ <Boolean Cumulative>, <List of Class Boundaries>, <List of Raw Data>, <Use Density> , <Density Scale Factor (optional)> ]
- Returns a table (as text) whose first column contains intervals (classes) and second contains frequencies for the corresponding Histogram Command.

- FrequencyTable[ <List of Raw Data>,<Scale Factor (optional)> ]
- Returns a table (as text) whose first column
**Value**contains a sorted list of unique elements of the*<List of Raw Data>*and second column**Frequency**contains the count of the occurrences of value in the first column multiplied by the*<Scale Factor>*. The list can be numbers or text. **Example:**`FrequencyTable[ {1, 1, 1, 2, 2, 3, 3, 4, 5}, 2 ]`

returns a table with first column*Value*with entries 1,2,3,4,5 and second column*Frequency*with entries 6,4,4,2,2.**Note:**In the list there appears 1 three-times, so the count of the occurences of 1 (=3) has to be multiplied by the scale factor 2 to get entry 6 in the second column.**Example:**`FrequencyTable[ {"red", "red", "green", "green", "blue"}, 5 ]`

returns a table with first column*Value*with entries blue, green, red (alphabetical order) and second column*Frequency*with entries 5,10,10.

**Note:**This command is similar to Frequency Command and Histogram Command. Articles about these commands contain some related examples.