|The x-axis represents bins. So if you have a continuous variable like age which has values from 0-100 then you can create bins like 0-10, 10-20 and so on (and here bin size = 10). You can change the bin size to analyze the distribution of the data.
X-axis has a numerical (quantitative) variable.
|The x-axis represents distinct categories from your data.
The variable on the x-axis is usually qualitative
|The order of the bins is important since it is used to understand the distribution of the data.
|The order of the categories in the bar chart doesn’t matter. We can sort it if we want but it’s not needed.