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Generates a Chart from an image. Computes and plots histograms of the values of the bands in the specified region of the image.

  - X-axis: Histogram buckets (of band value).

  - Y-axis: Frequency (number of pixels with a band value in the bucket).

Returns a chart.

ui.Chart.image.histogram(image, region, scale, maxBuckets, minBucketWidth, maxRaw, maxPixels)ui.Chart
imageImageThe image to generate a histogram from.
regionFeature|FeatureCollection|Geometry, optionalThe region to reduce. If omitted, uses the entire image.
scaleNumber, optionalThe pixel scale used when applying the histogram reducer, in meters.
maxBucketsNumber, optionalThe maximum number of buckets to use when building a histogram; will be rounded up to a power of 2.
minBucketWidthNumber, optionalThe minimum histogram bucket width, or null to allow any power of 2.
maxRawNumber, optionalThe number of values to accumulate before building the initial histogram.
maxPixelsNumber, optionalIf specified, overrides the maximum number of pixels allowed in the histogram reduction. Defaults to 1e6.


Code Editor (JavaScript)

// Define a MODIS surface reflectance composite.
var modisSr = ee.ImageCollection('MODIS/006/MOD09A1')
                  .filter(ee.Filter.date('2018-06-01', '2018-09-01'))
                  .select(['sur_refl_b01', 'sur_refl_b02', 'sur_refl_b06'])

// Define a region to calculate histogram for.
var histRegion = ee.Geometry.Rectangle([-112.60, 40.60, -111.18, 41.22]);

// Define the chart and print it to the console.
var chart =
    ui.Chart.image.histogram({image: modisSr, region: histRegion, scale: 500})
        .setSeriesNames(['Red', 'NIR', 'SWIR'])
          title: 'MODIS SR Reflectance Histogram',
          hAxis: {
            title: 'Reflectance (scaled by 1e4)',
            titleTextStyle: {italic: false, bold: true},
              {title: 'Count', titleTextStyle: {italic: false, bold: true}},
          colors: ['cf513e', '1d6b99', 'f0af07']