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I am new to R and am trying to plot 3 histograms onto the same graph. Everything worked fine, but my problem is that you don't see where 2 histograms overlap - they look rather cut off: Histogram

When I make density plots, it looks perfect: each curve is surrounded by a black frame line, and colors look different where curves overlap: Density Plot

Can someone tell me if something similar can be achieved with the histograms in the 1st picture? This is the code I'm using:

lowf0 <-read.csv (....)

mediumf0 <-read.csv (....)

highf0 <-read.csv(....)

lowf0$utt<-'low f0'

mediumf0$utt<-'medium f0'

highf0$utt<-'high f0'

histogram<-rbind(lowf0,mediumf0,highf0)

ggplot(histogram, aes(f0, fill = utt)) + geom_histogram(alpha = 0.2)

Thanks in advance for any useful tips!

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To create three overlaying histograms, you can create three histograms separately with alpha blending, and then use separate calls to the geom_histogram function to plot them with their respective data and fill. 

For example:

data(diamonds)

ggplot(diamonds,aes(x=price)) + 

  theme_bw()+

  geom_histogram(data=subset(diamonds,cut == "Ideal"),fill = "red", alpha = 0.2) +

  geom_histogram(data=subset(diamonds,cut == "Fair"),fill = "blue", alpha = 0.2) +

  geom_histogram(data=subset(diamonds,cut == "Premium"),fill = "green", alpha = 0.2)

Output:

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