Displays a 2d histogram for your data, it will set the bins appropriately
NDHIST(x,y); where x and y are equal length vectors. It will choose
reasonable axis bounds and bins to present your data. The
default parameters may leave some data off the chart.
NDHIST(XY); where XY = [x y] and x,y are vectors
NDHIST(z); where z is a vector of complex numbers, (x+1i*y) or amplitude*exp(1i*theta)
NDHIST(y); where y is a vector of real numbers will plot a 2d histogram
of the points, as if it were a line-chart. It is equivalent
to calling ndhist(1:length(y),y);
N = NDHIST(x,y); returns a matrix N containing the counts for each bin
determined by the histogram.
[edgesX2,edgesY2,N] = NDHIST(x,y); which returns a matrix N containing
the counts for each bin determined by the histogram. You can
plot it with sanePColor(edgesX2,edgesY2,N); (from Matlabcentral)
NDHIST(...,'param','value','param','value', ... ); Run ndhist with specific
List of special parameters:
'filter' : This will apply a gaussian filter to the final histogram data.
The default filter width is 5 bins wide. If you pass a number
then that will be used. Even numbered filter parameters will be
changed to odd numbers to keep the filter perfectly symetrical.
'log' : Change the colormap to be on a log scale to represent data
over a large dynamic range.
'bins' : Change the size of the bins. For example '2' will create a
plot with twice the default number of bins; 0.5 will have half
the default number of bins. The default uses Scott's normal
reference rule. Unclear if it is ideal for 2d histograms...
If you are looking for a histogram with specific bins, use the
subfunction hist3. Feel free to implement it as an additional
parameter 'edgdes','edgesx' or 'edgesy'
'binsx' : Change the size of only the x bins. 'fx'
'binsy' : Change the size of only the y bins. 'fy'
axis : This is to set the range of the plot, [xmin xmax ymin ymax]
The default range is set to 3*std(x) and 3*std(y) where the
parameter stdTimes=3 is hard-coded in this version and
potentially added as a parameter in a later version.
max : This is to set the range of the plot to be such that every
point will be contained within the plot.
intbins : Set the bins to be intiger widths. For both x and y
intbinsx : Set the x bins to be intiger widths. 'intx'
intbinsy : Set the y bins to be intiger widths. 'inty'
normalizex: Normalize the plot so that the sum of all the y values in each
x bin sum to one.
normalizey: Normalize the plot so that the sum of all the x values in each
y bin sum to one.
normalizeR: Normalize the plot so that the you can clearly see how the
distribution vary's over angle. It weights points in the outer
radius by the diameter at that radius.
points: Plot the points on top of the colored histogram.
3D: Use a 3D column graph instead of a colored heatmap
radial : Set the axis to be equal and add a polar grid 'r'
NOT IMPLEMENTED YET
'samebins': NOT IMPLEMENTED YET. Would set the width of the x and y bins
to be equal to each other and the axis equal too.
filter: This will filter the data, you may choose to follow it with a
number. This number will represent the radius of the circular
gaussian filter. Other ways to call it: 'filt','filtering','f'
To test the function you may use this example:
If you have amplitude and angle measures then pass this:
z = amp*exp(1i*ang);
The name of this function comes because really its a 2d hist, but since I
already have an 'nhist' I thought I might name it this.
SEE ALSO: HIST, HIST3
Jonathan C. Lansey (2021). Efficient 2D histogram, no toolboxes needed (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/45325-efficient-2d-histogram-no-toolboxes-needed), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
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