Hi everyone -
I've been playing around with this distribution curve and was hoping I might be able to adjust the y-axis to show count frequency.
Is this possible?
Take a look at the code below.
And take a look at the visualization it's currently producing.
Here's a sample dataset
labs(title="Business Unit", x="Performance Ratings", y="Frequency") +
stat_function(fun = dnorm,
args = list(mean = mean(dataset$Performance, na.rm = TRUE),
sd = sd(dataset$Performance, na.rm = TRUE)),
colour = 'blue')
Hi @GradStudent2020 ,
I don't have access to your dataset.
To add y-axis labels, you could refer to this link ( the 4th graph 😞
Oops. . . . here's the link to the sample dataset.
I'm looking to transform the y-axis from 0.0, 0.2, 0.4, 0.6 (density) - to show the count of data points that contributes to the histogram. I'll take a look at the resource you've shared.
Thanks much for your help!
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