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[completely edited after clarification from OP] A histogram is built by making bins of equal size across the range of values taken by the variable. For example if the variable ranges from 0 to 500 one might decide to create 50 bins of size 10. Then the actual values of the distribution are counted by bin: every value between 0 and 9 goes into the first bin, ...


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