Variable bin size for logged scale

Hello,
I’m trying to reproduce some model data (blue line), but am having problems with my bin size. the majority of my data is at the farther end of the x-axis but I want to plot more data points at the lower scale.

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When I increase the bin size I observe these extra points in the lower x vales but get too many points at higher x-values. Is there a way of plotting using smaller bin sizes at lower at the x-axis.
The decleration of my TProfile looks like

TProfile* prof = new TProfile(“prof”, “prof”, 14, 1., 140 );

I also notice that despite declaring 14 bins I only observe 9 plotted points - is there a reason for this?

Thanks for nay help,
Alex.

Your histogram can have “variable bin size”:

{
  Double_t x[] = {1., 2., 3., 4., 6., 8., 12., 18., 25., 35., 45., 60., 90., 140.};
  TProfile *prof = new TProfile("prof", "prof", (sizeof(x) / sizeof(Double_t) - 1), x);
}

Hi Wile_E_Coyote,

I came across this earlier but was unsure on how I use this to set smaller bin sized at lower the lower x-range. There are multiple options for variable bin size and I’m not sure how they differ.

Thanks.

EDIT: I noticed your edit, thankyou for the clarification :slight_smile: