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To visualize the fit of the normal distribution, examine the probability plot and assess how closely the data points follow the fitted distribution line. Normal distributions tend to fall closely along the straight line. Skewed data form a curved line.
Hold your pointer over the fitted distribution line to see a table of percentiles and values.
In the following probability plot, the data form an approximately straight line along the line. The normal distribution appears to be a good fit to the data.