FAQ: Statistical Distributions with NumPy - Histograms, Part III

This community-built FAQ covers the “Histograms, Part III” exercise from the lesson “Statistical Distributions with NumPy”.

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Re: Histograms, Part III

For a cool effect, run all three plots in the same script one after the other, rather than individually as suggested.

The command terminal didn’t take my command “plt.hist (commutes)”… just letting you know.

plt.hist(d, bins=5, range=(1, 6))

In the histogram shown in the example, why the x-axis is still 6? the range shouldn’t include 6 (end at 5). Can someone clarify this. Thanks