I'm in the midst of analyzing a set of data and it involves plotting the distribution of a large number of ions.
I currently am using the hist function in Octave to do so, and it produces graphs along the following lines, give or take bin-size.
However, my supervisor does not like this "style" of graph; and wishes to for it to look like the following distribution (not the same data as above!):
I was wondering if there was a simple way to do this in Octave, whether its curve fitting to a series of points or something else. Basically, I am in desperate need of a "continuous distribution" graph.
Thanks in advance. Yours,