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Bell Curve in DataInsider

Updated: Aug 23, 2021



WHAT IS A BELL CURVE?


A Bell curve is a type of normal distribution. The graph uses the shape of a bell to depict a normal distribution consists of a symmetrical bell-shaped curve. The top of the curve shows the mean, mode, and median of the data collected. The width of the bell curve is described by its standard deviation.

A bell curve represents a continuous probability distribution.






WHEN TO USE A BELL CURVE?


Bell curves (normal distributions) are used commonly in statistics, including in analyzing economic and financial data. This type of visualization is also used for the display of continuous distribution with a single variable.


STEP BY STEP GUIDANCE WITH DataInsider


Desired chart : A bell curve displaying Customer Wait Time's distribution


Step 1. Drag Customer Wait Time (s) to Value









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