A frequency distribution is one of the most common graphical tools used to describe a single population. It is a tabulation of the frequencies of each value (or range of values).
There are a wide variety of ways to illustrate frequency distributions, including histograms, relative frequency histograms, density histograms, and cumulative frequency distributions. Histograms show the frequency of elements that occur within a certain range of values, while cumulative distributions show the frequency of elements that occur below a certain value.
Locate Dataset and Variable  
Select Temporal and Spatial Domains 

Calculate Number of Classes and Class Interval 

Generate Histogram 

View Histogram 

Generate Relative Frequency Histogram 

View Relative Frequency Histogram 

Generate Density Histogram 

View Density Histogram 

Locate Dataset and Variable 
*NOTE: This example uses the same dataset and variable as the previous example.

Select Temporal and Spatial Domains 

Calculate Maximum and Minimum Values 

Generate Cumulative Frequency Distribution 

View Cumulative Frequency Distribution 
