What’s A Normality Test?
AKA Anderson Darling-Test For Normality
The Normality Test is a statistical test that determines whether or not a data set is normally distributed. A normal distribution is often referred to as a “Bell Curve.” Whether a distribution is normal or not determines which tests or functions can be used with a particular data set.
Learn more about Normality Tests in Measure Phase, Module 3.1.3 of Black Belt Training.
How To Run A Normality Test In SigmaXL
1. Highlight the Raw Data:
2. Go to SigmaXL > Graphical Tools > Histogram & Descriptive Statistics:
3. Click “Next>>”:
4. Click on “Numeric Data Variables (Y)>>”
5. Click “OK>>”:
To learn more about Normality Test, register for Black Belt Training and review Measure Phase, Module 3.1.3.