Protobi can bin numeric values into ranges for concise display and analysis.
When a project is first opened, Protobi automatically bins numeric variables into ranges and you can change these to reflect your analysis goals.
To edit rounding/binning, click the circle icon select "Round by..." from the context menu.

Auto — Autorounds based on the standard deviation

Log — Uses logarithmic ranges

Custom
 Linear bins — Specify your desired equal bin size, e.g.
[25]
 Custom bins — Enter an array of cutpoints, e.g.
[10,25,50]
Auto bins
The setting "Auto" chooses a linear range with bin sizes automatically selected to generate a reasonable number of ranges given the standard deviation, with boundaries that snap to nice multiples of 5 or 10.
Log bins
Logarithmic ranges choose bin sizes that neatly map to multiples of 10, 25, and 50, resulting in small ranges for small numbers and bigger ranges for bigger numbers.
Log ranges generally make sense for unbounded numbers and absolute counts, such as income, number of customers, or patient volume.
Linear bins
Here we set "Round by" to Custom: 10
Linear ranges are inclusive of the upper bounds, and exclusive of lower bounds, and rounded to reasonable precision for display. So in above example, the range "21 to 30" really represents "20 < Q3 <= 30".
Custom bins
It's possible to choose arbitrary ranges by specifying a list of "cut points", separated by commas. Here we set "Round by" to 10,25,50
:
which generates bands with the specified values as upper bounds:
Alternately, it's possible to specify custom ranges that are lowerinclusive by specifying them with as follows, with a square bracket on the left, and a roundparenthesis on the right, e.g. [0,10,25,50)