A histogram is a representation of the distribution of numerical data. It is an estimate of the probability distribution for an uncertain output/s. A histogram is well known and understood. However, our approach allows something we call partial histograms. These partial histograms represent a partial part of the final histogram and their sum creates the final histogram. This allows visualizing how each part of the variable influences the final distribution.

With a partial histogram approach, a composition of the final histogram can be observed. One can see only a selected partial histogram or a set of selected partial histograms. One partial histogram shows the statistical influence of the selected increment function, where a set of partial histograms shows the overall influence of the selected increment functions on the final distribution. NOTE: The increment functions only show the shape of the distribution.

## How to use it: #

*Fig. 1: Partial/full histogram plot*

Table under sets -> options refers to the increment function required to create the final histogram. One can select increment functions, which wants to visualize and visualize the selection with the button apply.** To visualize the final histogram, it is necessary to select all the increment functions** (using button Select All).

### Switches: #

**Nominal sample:**Shows the output value for the nominal sample in the plot. Also, values on the horizontal axis are total function values, not incremental values!**Select: <increment>:**Choose increments to be used to build the histogram plot.**Text form:**Switch from the plot to table with main statistical information of currently depicted histogram.

### Buttons: #

**Invert:**Inversion of checked and unchecked tick boxes selected for the visualization.**Select all:**Select all available variables.**Unselect all:**Unselect all available variables.**Apply:**Changes on the graph will take effect after pressing the apply button.

The graph is fully adjustable with **options**, where:

**Plot title:**Title of the graph**Title font:**Font type and size of the plot title**X Axis Label:**Label of X axis**Y Axis Label:**Label of Y axis**Axis Font:**Font type and size of the plot axis**Bin Count:**Number of categories in histogram**X Range:**Restriction of range for X axis, toggle on/off**Y Range:**Restriction of range for Y axis, toggle on/off**Histogram Color:**Color of histogram plot**Normalize Plot:**Normalization of histogram plot, toggle on/off**Log. vertical Axis:**Logarithmic scale of vertical axis, toggle on/off**Mean value selected PDF:**Color of mean value line – selected increment functions, toggle on/off**Legend Font:**Type and size of the legend font, toggle on/off

*Fig. 2: Partial histogram options*

### Print: #

To store selected results in *File* (upper left corner) select* Save*. It will allow you to browse in folders starting in the project folder. The code automatically selects the format to store visualized results. Tables can be stored as well.