## 1. use histcounts) - MATLAB histc - MathWorks

Description · Examples · Input Arguments

This MATLAB function counts the number of values in x that are within each specified bin range.

## 2. Replace Discouraged Instances of hist and histc - MATLAB & Simulink

The hist function includes values falling on the right edge of each bin (the first bin includes both edges), whereas histogram includes values that fall on the ...

histogram, histcounts, and discretize are the recommended histogram creation and computation functions for new code.

## 3. histc (MATLAB Functions)

n = histc(x,edges) counts the number of values in vector x that fall between the elements in the edges vector (which must contain monotonically non-decreasing ...

Histogram count

## 4. What is histc for? - MATLAB Answers - MathWorks

Jan 18, 2018 · histc counts the number of items that fall into bins whose edges you specify. histc (or equivalent) are the fundamental routines ...

My teacher gave me a mfile for my final project. I read the code and i saw histc command. I have read about histc in Matlab help but i still dont understand what is it for.

## 5. histc: Histogram Count (Matlab style) in pracma - rdrr.io

n = histc(x,edges) counts the number of values in vector x that fall between the elements in the edges vector (which must contain monotonically nondecreasing ...

Histogram-like counting.

## 6. histc.m

K giving the data's bin-assignments % % Clone of Matlab's histc for use with Octave, which currently has no % implementation. It works in Matlab too, but ...

function varargout = histc(data, edges, dim) %HISTC histogram counts of data falling in bins defined by edges. % % [counts, bins] = histc(data, edges, dim) % % Inputs: % data LxNxMx... arbitrary array % edges Kx1 kth bin defined by edges(k) <= x < edges(k+1) % except last bin, which counts only x == edges(K) % dim 1x1 dimension D of data from which to extract vectors % % Outputs: % dimension D is K long, other dimensions match size(data) % | % counts LxKxMx... Each vector of counts gives the number of items from the % corresponding data vector falling into each bin. That is: % counts(l,k,m,...) == sum(bins(l,:,m,...)==k) % bins LxNxMx... integers 1..K giving the data's bin-assignments % % Clone of Matlab's histc for use with Octave, which currently has no % implementation. It works in Matlab too, but its standard library's mex file is % much faster, so use that! I was too lazy to write a .oct file, but that is the % right way to go for this (harder to maintain though). % % Note: sum(counts) might not equal prod(size(data)), even with extremal edges % of -Inf and Inf because of NaN's, which don't go in any bin. % % ----------------------------------------------------------------------- % % These 5 points, beyond extreme edges, are ignored % \ / % \ | | | | | / % data: xx | x x xx | | xxx| xx x % | | | | | % edge: 1 2 3 4 5 % % cum_counts: 2 3 6 6 9 % counts: 1 3 0 3 0 % \_ special count: no data exactly on % final boundary % % NOTE, Nov 2009: I never got around to making this pass all of my own weird % testcases. Then Octave got it's own histc. That passes even fewer test cases, % but if I ever find a tuit, I should fix probably that version. % Iain Murray, November 2007, July 2008 edges = edges(:); % Matlab seems to do this if any(isnan(edges)) error('This implementation of histc forbids NaNs in edges. It is unclear what you might want in this case.'); end if any(diff(edges) < 0) error('Edges must be in increasing order'); end if nargin < 3 dim = find(size(data)~=1, 1); % first non-singleton dimension (can be zero) if isempty(dim) dim = 2; % This is just what Matlab does end end if ~isempty(data) varargout = cell(1, max(1, nargout)); [varargout{:}] = dimfun(@(x) histc_vec(x, edges, dim), dim, data); else siz = size(data); siz(length(siz)+1:dim) = 1; siz(dim) = length(edges); counts = zeros(siz); ids = zeros(size(data)); varargout = {counts, ids}; end function [counts, bins] = histc_vec(data, edges, dim) K = length(edges); N = length(data); get_bins = nargout > 1; % Set up and filling last bin counts = zeros([ones(1, dim-1), K, 1]); if get_bins bins = zeros([ones(1, dim-1), N, 1]); end if isempty(edges) return % prevent crashes for this trivial case end the_end = (data == edges(end)); counts(end) = sum(the_end); if get_bins bins(the_end) = K; end % Valid ones valid = (edges(1) <= data) & (data < edges(end)); if any(valid) if get_bins [counts(1:end-1), bins(valid)] = histc_helper(data(valid), edges, 1); else counts(1:end-1) = histc_counts_only_helper(data(valid), edges); end end function [counts, bins] = histc_helper(data, edges, base) K = length(edges); N = length(data); if K == 2 counts = N; bins = base*ones(N, 1); else mid = ceil(K/2); set1 = (data < edges(mid)); set2 = ~set1; counts = zeros(K-1, 1); bins = zeros(N, 1); [counts(1:mid-1), bins(set1)] = histc_helper(data(set1), edges(1:mid), base); [counts(mid:end), bins(set2)] = histc_helper(data(set2), edges(mid:end), base + mid - 1); end function counts = histc_counts_only_helper(data, edges) % Just the above function with bins stuff stripped out for efficiency K = length(edges); N = length(data); if K == 2 counts = N; else mid = ceil(K/2); set1 = (data < edges(mid)); set2 = ~set1; counts = zeros(K-1, 1); counts(1:mid-1) = histc_counts_only_helper(data(set1), edges(1:mid)); counts(mid:end) = histc_counts_only_helper(data(set2), edges(mid:end)); end

## 7. R: Histogram Count (Matlab style) - Search in: R

n = histc(x,edges) counts the number of values in vector x that fall between the elements in the edges vector (which must contain monotonically nondecreasing ...

Histogram-like counting.

## 8. [PDF] Bug in MATLAB's randsample/histc

Bug in MATLAB's randsample/histc. Certain MATLAB releases contain a buggy version of the built-in randsample/histc function. See for example: http ...

## 9. Query on histc and histogram counts - Statistics - Julia Discourse

Jan 9, 2017 · However, the above does not give me the correct counts, which I verified in MATLAB. I then ran the following code: results = fit(Histogram ...

Dear Julia Users, I want to count the number of times a zip code appears in a vector and found the following topic: I ran the following code: using StatsBase using DataFrames df1 = readtable("Test2.csv") Out[4]: irn 1 43752 2 43752 3 43752 4 43752 5 43752 6 43752 7 43752 8 43752 9 43752 10 43752 11 43752 12 43752 13 43752 14 43752 15 43752 16 43752 17 43752 18 43752 19 43752 20 43752 21 43752 22 43752 23 43752 24 43752 25 43752 26 43752 27 43752 28 43752 29 43752 30 43752 ⋮ ⋮ results = fit...