# What is the difference between a histogram and a cumulative histogram?

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- alexLv 73 days ago
A histogram shows the number of data points which lie within pre-defined intervals

The cumulative histogram is a variation of the histogram in which the vertical axis gives not just the counts for a single interval, but gives the counts for that interval plus all intervals for smaller values of the response variable.

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