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TI-89 StatsList Histogram Display Problem

So when i first installed the stats list editor program from the TI website (why this calc didnt come with the program is beyond me), the histograms I created displayed perfectly with the "ZoomData" command. Now for some reason, they display all out of whack with some of the data across the y axis, i can see some blank space below the x axis, and I can't figure out why. I have turned off all plots and functions, my y= is completely clear, and i have cleared all RAM as well.

Anyone know whats going on? I have a test coming up, and i just want to display my histograms cleanly and easily!

Thanks in advance.

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