```
#' Histograms and frequency polygons
#'
#' Visualise the distribution of a single continuous variable by dividing
#' the x axis into bins and counting the number of observations in each bin.
#' Histograms (`geom_histogram()`) display the counts with bars; frequency
#' polygons (`geom_freqpoly()`) display the counts with lines. Frequency
#' polygons are more suitable when you want to compare the distribution
#' across the levels of a categorical variable.
#'
#' `stat_bin()` is suitable only for continuous x data. If your x data is
#' discrete, you probably want to use [stat_count()].
#'
#' By default, the underlying computation (`stat_bin()`) uses 30 bins;
#' this is not a good default, but the idea is to get you experimenting with
#' different bin widths. You may need to look at a few to uncover the full
#' story behind your data.
#'
#' @section Aesthetics:
#' `geom_histogram()` uses the same aesthetics as [geom_bar()];
#' `geom_freqpoly()` uses the same aesthetics as [geom_line()].
#'
#' @export
#' @inheritParams layer
#' @inheritParams geom_point
#' @param geom,stat Use to override the default connection between
#' `geom_histogram()`/`geom_freqpoly()` and `stat_bin()`.
#' @examples
#' ggplot(diamonds, aes(carat)) +
#' geom_histogram()
#' ggplot(diamonds, aes(carat)) +
#' geom_histogram(binwidth = 0.01)
#' ggplot(diamonds, aes(carat)) +
#' geom_histogram(bins = 200)
#'
#' # Rather than stacking histograms, it's easier to compare frequency
#' # polygons
#' ggplot(diamonds, aes(price, fill = cut)) +
#' geom_histogram(binwidth = 500)
#' ggplot(diamonds, aes(price, colour = cut)) +
#' geom_freqpoly(binwidth = 500)
#'
#' # To make it easier to compare distributions with very different counts,
#' # put density on the y axis instead of the default count
#' ggplot(diamonds, aes(price, stat(density), colour = cut)) +
#' geom_freqpoly(binwidth = 500)
#'
#' if (require("ggplot2movies")) {
#' # Often we don't want the height of the bar to represent the
#' # count of observations, but the sum of some other variable.
#' # For example, the following plot shows the number of movies
#' # in each rating.
#' m <- ggplot(movies, aes(rating))
#' m + geom_histogram(binwidth = 0.1)
#'
#' # If, however, we want to see the number of votes cast in each
#' # category, we need to weight by the votes variable
#' m + geom_histogram(aes(weight = votes), binwidth = 0.1) + ylab("votes")
#'
#' # For transformed scales, binwidth applies to the transformed data.
#' # The bins have constant width on the transformed scale.
#' m + geom_histogram() + scale_x_log10()
#' m + geom_histogram(binwidth = 0.05) + scale_x_log10()
#'
#' # For transformed coordinate systems, the binwidth applies to the
#' # raw data. The bins have constant width on the original scale.
#'
#' # Using log scales does not work here, because the first
#' # bar is anchored at zero, and so when transformed becomes negative
#' # infinity. This is not a problem when transforming the scales, because
#' # no observations have 0 ratings.
#' m + geom_histogram(boundary = 0) + coord_trans(x = "log10")
#' # Use boundary = 0, to make sure we don't take sqrt of negative values
#' m + geom_histogram(boundary = 0) + coord_trans(x = "sqrt")
#'
#' # You can also transform the y axis. Remember that the base of the bars
#' # has value 0, so log transformations are not appropriate
#' m <- ggplot(movies, aes(x = rating))
#' m + geom_histogram(binwidth = 0.5) + scale_y_sqrt()
#' }
#'
#' # You can specify a function for calculating binwidth,
#' # particularly useful when faceting along variables with
#' # different ranges
#' mtlong <- reshape2::melt(mtcars)
#' ggplot(mtlong, aes(value)) + facet_wrap(~variable, scales = 'free_x') +
#' geom_histogram(binwidth = function(x) 2 * IQR(x) / (length(x)^(1/3)))
geom_histogram <- function(mapping = NULL, data = NULL,
stat = "bin", position = "stack",
...,
binwidth = NULL,
bins = NULL,
na.rm = FALSE,
show.legend = NA,
inherit.aes = TRUE) {
layer(
data = data,
mapping = mapping,
stat = stat,
geom = GeomBar,
position = position,
show.legend = show.legend,
inherit.aes = inherit.aes,
params = list(
binwidth = binwidth,
bins = bins,
na.rm = na.rm,
pad = FALSE,
...
)
)
}
```

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