# Tableau Histogram – How to Create Histogram in Tableau

## 1. Objective

We discuss Tableau Gantt chart in our previous article, in this Tableau tutorial, we are going to study what Tableau Histogram is and how to create Histogram in Tableau with proper examples.
So, let us start Tableau Histogram.

Introduction to Tableau Histogram

## 2. Tableau Histogram

Histograms are graphs that plot frequency distribution of data.
In this recipe, we will create a Tableau histogram that will visualize what the most common heights and weights are of NBA players, based on a 2014 NBA player’s stats data source.

Tableau Histogram Example

## 3. How to Create Histogram in Tableau

i. Under Measures, right-click on Height (in) and select Create and then Bins….
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ii. Set the bin size to 5, and click OK when done. This will create a new discrete field called Height (in) (bin) under the Dimensions section of the sidebar.

Step 2. Create Histogram in Tableau

iii. Under Dimensions, right-click on Height (in) (bin) and select Aliases…
iv. Change the alias values of the Member items to the following. To edit the alias, simply click on the Value (Alias) field and that field will become editable.

Step 4. Create Histogram in Tableau

v. Create another bin for Weight (lbs) under Measures. Set this size to 10. This will create a new discrete field called Weight (lbs) (bin) under the Dimensions section of the sidebar.
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vi. From Dimensions, drag Year to the Filters shelf and filter to 2009.
vii. From Dimensions, drag League to the Filters shelf, and filter to N.

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viii. From Dimensions, drag Height (in) (bin) to Columns.
ix. From Dimensions, drag Weight (lbs) (bin) to Columns, to the right of Height (in) (bin).
x. From Dimensions, right-click and drag Player ID to Rows. This will open up a new window showing all possible values that can be added.