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Normal Distribution Testing / Kolmogorov Smirnov test / download chart data

Hi guys,

I am calculating a variable each period and trying to work out if, over time, it can be accurately modelled using a normal distribution.

Has anyone got any examples of how they do this practically in QC? Or even better , some example code with something like a Kolmogorov Smirnov test?

Alternatively, it would be very easy to run offline in e.g. excel, however I cannot work out how to download the datapoints in my chart. Perhaps someone knows how to download this data when you use PLOT?

 

Thank you.

Hugo

 

 

 

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