Two graphs, a histogram with a superimposed Normal curve and a Normal plot.

The histogram of log cholesterol is approximately symmetrical. The superimposed Normal distribution curve fits the histogram well. The mode of the Normal distribution is in the same place as the mode of the histogram.

The Normal plot has log cholesterol on the vertical axis and Inverse Normal on the horizontal axis. The line of points is straight and lies along the straight line of perfect Normal distribution.

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Last updated: 3 August, 2006.