# R Programming language - R Histogram

In R, you can create a histogram using the `hist()` function. The `hist()` function takes one or more vectors of values to plot, and several optional arguments to customize the appearance of the plot.

Here is a basic example of how to create a histogram in R:

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```# Create a vector of values to plot
values <- c(10, 20, 30, 40, 50)

# Create a histogram of the values
hist(values)```

This will create a simple histogram with bins representing the range of values in the vector.

You can customize the appearance of the histogram by using the optional arguments of the `hist()` function. For example, you can change the number of bins by setting the `breaks` argument:

```# Create a histogram of the values with 3 bins
hist(values, breaks = 3)```

You can also add a title to the plot using the `main` argument:

```# Create a histogram of the values with a title
hist(values, main = "My Histogram")```

You can create a cumulative histogram by setting the `freq` argument to `FALSE`:

```# Create a cumulative histogram of the values
hist(values, freq = FALSE)```

In addition, you can create a density histogram by setting the `density` argument to `TRUE`:

```# Create a density histogram of the values
hist(values, density = TRUE)```

You can also customize the colors of the bars and the border of the bars using the `col` and `border` arguments, respectively:

```# Create a histogram of the values with custom colors
hist(values, col = "red", border = "blue")```