# Is there a way to extracted histogram data into a matrix instead of graph?

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Soma on 22 Nov 2019
Edited: Soma on 22 Nov 2019
Hello,
Is there a way to extract histogram data into a matrix instead of a graph?
FileName_1 = ['Info_',num2str(N_Mer),'.mat'];
disp([FileName_1,' Running'])
all_rows=cell2mat(struct2cell(M));
R_sqr{N_Mer}=all_rows(1,:);
FileName=(['hist_R2',num2str(N_Mer)]);
hist_R2{N_Mer}=histogram(R_sqr{N_Mer});
legend
hold on
end

Bryan on 22 Nov 2019
Edited: Bryan on 22 Nov 2019
If you want to make a plot and also extract the values
% some data
foo = randn(10000,1);
% make a histogram named h
h = histogram(foo);
% get the values of the histogram
binedges = h.BinEdges;
binwidth = h.BinWidth;
bincounts = h.Values;
Alternatively, if you don't want a plot, but just want to extract histogram information
% some data
foo = randn(10000,1);
% extract histogram data
[bincounts, binedges] = histcounts(foo);
Soma on 22 Nov 2019
Check this code with the below file please.
clc % To clear the screen
clear % To clear the Memory
t = tic;
time = [];
start = 8;
Num_Mon = 8; % Total number of steps
FileName_1 = ['Info_',num2str(Num_monomers),'.mat'];
disp([FileName_1,' Running'])
all_rows=cell2mat(struct2cell(M));
R_sqr=all_rows(1,:);
FileName=(['hist_R2',num2str(Num_monomers)]);
[bincounts, binedges] = histcounts(R_sqr);
bincentres = binedges(1:end-1)+diff(binedges)/2;
FileName = (bincounts);
FileName=histogram(R_sqr);
legend
hold on
end