I'd like to be able to make a histogram which has two distinct gaussian curves.. like a camel with two humps on its back. Preferably creating the gaussians from randn() would be ideal.

I think the question is based on generating the gaussian and adding the index/bins to the vector/data in some way. So, if I've phrased this correctly: How do I tack on the indices to the gaussians and overlap them (and I mean like literal addition by that)?

The picture quality is kinda bad but this:

is what I'm going for. Except I'd like it to be binned like a histogram.. perhaps using bar would be more effective?? My knowledge is low in this area and I appreciate all the help you can offer!

Thanks in advance, M.A.B.

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