I managed to reduce the number of colors in the matrix so histo could handle it, but i need a way to convert aRGB values into int’s so histo understands the data and can then make a histogram out of the data, and have been unsuccessful in doing so.

How would I manage to turn each matrix value into its own unique int for histo to understand.

Any hints or anything to help me along my way would be greatly appreciated.

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If you still end up using it, histo has an optional argument that can set the size, [histo 2048] or whatever.

That’ll give you some starting points.

-Ben

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