Frequency Plots are a tool, developed by Michael Petrovich, to display tables of frequencies, relative frequencies, or cumulative frequencies of groups in a data set. Selecting Frequency Plot will bring up the following form. Click items on this picture to see their function.

Menu to select options to Print, Copy, and obtain Help.

The buttons provide quick access to common tasks. Clicking these buttons do the following tasks:

- Returns to the
__Main Form__. - Prints the Frequency Plot.
- Copies the Frequency Plot to the clipboard.
- Brings up the
__Main Form__. - Brings up the Help file.
- Hides the form.

The variable names or levels are displayed here.

The Midpoints of each interval for the row are displayed here.

The Plot of Frequencies, Relative Frequencies, or Cumulative Frequencies are displayed here. These are plotted by midpoints by variable/level.

To move from Cell to Cell within the plot, see __Moving from Cell To Cell__.

An optional __Interval Size__ may be entered into this box. Entering a value of *zero* generates a Frequency Plot using the __default interval size__.

Three types of Frequency Plots may be selected:

The first interval used may be set here. If greater than the smallest value, a smaller value will be used that is a multiple of the interval size selected and which will generate an interval midpoint of the selected value.