Figure 1: The data so far
On a serious note: It is always important to visualize data before doing complicated statistical tests.
PLOT THE BLOODY DATA. That is the most important rule of statistics (and of honest reporting of findings).
To draw a histogram for continuous data, you need to group measurement into discrete intervals. There is some "best" number of intervals that maximizes visual information. Several scientific papers have been written on the optimum number of intervals (K) given the number of data points (N). The Sturgis formula (1) states:
K = 1 + 3.322 log10(N)
- Sturgis, H.A., “The Choice of a Class Interval”, Journal of the American Statistical Association, Vol. 21, pp.65-66, March, 1926.
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