hist without plotting

Nick Matzke matzke at berkeley.edu
Mon Feb 16 07:44:11 CET 2009


Hi,

Is there a way to run the numpy hist function or something similar and 
get the outputs (bins, bar heights) without actually producing the plot 
on the screen?

(R has a plot = false option, something like this is what I'm looking 
for...)

Cheers!
Nick


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