Allow the user to specify the way bins are labeled. This chart is showing integer data (ranging from 3-11 - 9 unique values and 9 bins), and while I found the option to only use one decimal place, my chart still has glaring issues. I have two sevens, and it's not immediately clear which bar the integers are each referring to. Before the two 7's, the number is before the bar; after the 7's, you must read the number to the right of the bar.
It would be better if the bin values could be labeled underneath, centered like the counts above.
For reference, this is what it shows by default.
Hi @rburke ,
Thanks for the question!
A histogram divides your data into bins, where each bin represents a range of values and the height of the bar represents the total number of values from your data that occur within that range. For instance, in the second screenshot you posted, there are 27 values in the "Index_Sum" field that fall between 6.6 and 7.4:
Because each bin in a histogram represents a range of values, it's important to show the lower and upper values for that bin.
If you are more interested in visualizing the number of occurrences for each integer value in the "Index_Sum" field, then you might want to use a bar chart instead.
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