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# How to move the histogram at different coordinates

edited June 2017

I've followed the instructions in the histogram example but I get into trouble when I want to move the histogram to different coordinates, here's the script I've created in accordance with the histogram example that's on the processing page :

PImage object;

size(1000,500);

background(0);

image(object,0,0);

int [] hist = new int[256];

for (int i = 0; i< object.width; i++){

for (int j = 0; j< object.height; j++){

int bright = int (brightness(get(i,j)));

hist[bright]++;

}

}

int histMax = max(hist);

stroke(255);

for (int i = 0; i< object.width; i +=2){

int which = int(map(i,0, object.width,0,255));

int y = int (map(hist[which], 0, histMax,object.height,0));

line(i,object.height,i,y);

}

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You have to change the values of i when you call line() in the last function.

Your sketch is defined as `size(1000,500);`

We don't know anything about your image's original size. However, we can constrained it to use only half of the sketch's surface: `object.resize(500,0);` which could be improved by calling `object.resize(width/2,0);` instead. Please check the reference related to the resize() functionality.

Now what you can do:

`line(i+width/2, object.height, i+width/2, y); //Introduce an X offset for your hist`

Kf

• The line () function at the end I have created with what you have instructed, and the result is successful My original image is 500x500 pixel then I made 1000,500 size Thanks kfrajer for always being present and answering any questions from me