Difference between revisions of "FrequencyTable Command"

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;FrequencyTable[ <List of Raw Data L> ]
 
;FrequencyTable[ <List of Raw Data L> ]
: Returns a table (as text) whose first colum contains sorted list of unique elements of ''L'' and second column contains the count of the occurrences of value in the first column. List ''L'' can be numbers or text.  
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: Returns a table (as text) whose first column contains sorted list of unique elements of ''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 C>, <List of Raw Data L>]
 
;FrequencyTable[ <Boolean Cumulative C>, <List of Raw Data L>]
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;FrequencyTable[<List of Class Boundaries C>, <List of Raw Data L> ]
 
;FrequencyTable[<List of Class Boundaries C>, <List of Raw Data L> ]
: Returns a table (as text) whose first column contains intervals (classes) and second  column contains the count of numbers in ''L'' which belong to the interval in the firs column. All intervals except the highest interval are of the form [a, b). The highest interval has the form  [a, b].
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: Returns a table (as text) whose first column contains intervals (classes) and second  column contains the count of numbers in ''L'' 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 C>,<List of Raw Data L>]
 
;FrequencyTable[ <Boolean Cumulative>,<List of Class Boundaries C>,<List of Raw Data L>]

Revision as of 08:49, 18 August 2011



FrequencyTable[ <List of Raw Data L> ]
Returns a table (as text) whose first column contains sorted list of unique elements of 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 C>, <List of Raw Data L>]
If Cumulative = false, returns the same table as Frequency[ <L> ]
If Cumulative = true, returns a table whose first column is the same as in FrequencyTable[L] and the second contains cumulative frequencies of values in the first column.
FrequencyTable[<List of Class Boundaries C>, <List of Raw Data L> ]
Returns a table (as text) whose first column contains intervals (classes) and second column contains the count of numbers in L 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 C>,<List of Raw Data L>]
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[L] 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.
Note: This command is similar to Frequency Command and Histogram Command. Articles about these commands contain some related examples.
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