There are several ways to get histograms:
For slope histograms, Create derivative grid for slope, and then treat that like elevation and use these options.
Elevation-slope plot: calculates statistics and displays a number of different graphs.
Single DEM, or all those open
Pick the graphs desired, and whether you want summary text statistics.
Entire DEMs, or just the current map area
|Regular histogram: plots elevation against percentage of area.|
|Cumulative elevation distribution: plots elevation against percentage of area at that elevation or lower. This uses an arithmetic vertical axis.|
|Cumulative elevation distribution: plots elevation against percentage of area at that elevation or lower, on a probability axis. This spreads out the tails of the distribution.|
|Cumulative Strahler curve: hypsometric integral or hypsometric curve(Strahler, 1952). Graphs proportion of total height on the y-axis, and proportion of total area on the x-axis, with both ranging from 0.0 to 1.0.|
These all show the same DEM.
Last revision 4/3/2016