Data from a sample can often be depicted on a graph where all of the data points or scores are plotted on the x-axis and the y-axis represents the frequency of the scores in a sample. This graph depicts the distribution of the data. A common distribution that underpins many assumptions in statistics is the normal distribution. Watch this video to learn about the core components of a normal distribution and some if its’ applications in statistics.
Podcast Episode: Normal Distribution
In today’s episode, we welcome back special guest Dr. Elizabeth Sweeney, a biostatistician and Assistant Professor of Biostatistics at Penn Medicine, to discuss the topic of Normal Distribution alongside host Dr. Alonso Carrasco-Labra.
Elizabeth and Alonso delve into the topic and discuss how we may encounter normal distribution in everyday life and why it is important for researchers and clinicians to understand normal distribution.
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