Histograms hate my bins

EmilyZ

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Hi,
I'm trying to run a simple histogram and even though I've run many successfully, suddenly I'm getting weird results. I have data ranging from 0 through 8 (round numbers). I have bins 0 through 8 (round numbers). Yet when I enter this into the Histogram window, it gives me an output like this:
Bin Frequency
0 1
1.142857143 21
2.285714286 7
3.428571429 5
4.571428571 7
5.714285714 6
6.857142857 1
More 10

First, what's with the decimals? And why "More" instead of "7" and "8"?

Thanks!
 

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