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st: RE: Re: Getting the table corresponding to -histogram-
In addition, David Harrison in a posting on
22 February pointed to the existence of
Note carefully that the name includes two
underscores in the first gap and one in
the second. This is undocumented (in the
manual) but clearly explained in on-line help.
> You can load the data that underlies the graph by using the
> serset command.
> histogram .......
> serset use
> you will see tempvar names with one variable listing the
> centers of the bins
> and another listing the density (and another to keep track of
> something else
> histogram apparently needs to know about each bin). You
> could rename them
> something useful and save it as a Stats dataset.
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