area of histogram is proportional to frequency which is the constant k.
how can I tell from a histogram when K is not equal to 1?
This just says that
So the slope of S(f) immediately reveals the value of K.
If you've got discrete bins just do a linear regression on their values to get an estimate of the slope of
I thought area was equal to frequency, now I read its proportional to frequency through area = k(frequency).
I understand that but by looking at a histogram and asked to find the frequency I would just fd(cw) this is fine
when the constant k=1. How do I know if k=1 from a histogram?