# Frequency Distribution TI-84 | TI-83 Example

Joestat wants you to to create a frequncy distribution using your TI-84 or TI-83 calculator.  Joestat wants you to enter the data into L2 and L3.
{1, 2, 5, 4, 9, 4, 3, 1, 4, 6, 8, 7, 9, 6, 4, 8, 2, 1, 8, 7}

• First, enter the data into your
Instructions are available on how to create this list at create a list TI-84 | TI-83 tutorial.
• Second, create a TI-84 Histogram.
Instructions are available on how to create a Histogram TI-84 | TI-83 Example with a class width of 1.
• Third trace the histogram and record the data into a frequency distribution.
• | [TRACE] |
1. Record what is being traced.  If you followed the Histogram TI-84 | TI-83 Example then:
Min=”#” is the data value and N=”#” is the data value’s respected frequency.

 Data Value Frequency 1 3 2 2 3 1 4 4 5 1 6 2 7 2 8 3 9 2
• Now enter that data into L2, L3.

Congratulations, in this example you have created a relative frequency distribution using your TI83 or TI84 calculator.

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1. David says:

Hi,
Very useful, thanks.

Is there a way to have the frequency automatically fill L3?

I’m doing many different plots and would love to skip that step of manually record the frequency from the histogram.

• JoeStat says:

Unfortunately, this is the best method that I am aware of. If there is enough interest, I could look into creating a program in the future. Unfortunately, my time has been extremely limited and I am currently working on more tutorials to complement the upcoming term. If you find a method in the meantime, please let us know.

Thanks,

Joe Stat