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If I find the histogram of the sinusoid, is this the same thing as the probability density function of that sinusoid? If this is not the case, what does the histogram represent in terms of statistical analysis?

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If I find the histogram of the sinusoid, is this the same thing as the probability density function of that sinusoid? If this is not the case, what does the histogram represent in terms of statistical analysis?

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~ Brent Ellis

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If each bin is represented by 1 value, If I divide each point by 4096, would that normalize the plot into the actual (approximation) PDF?

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