normal_dist | R Documentation |

`normal_dist()`

is a convenience function for making a plot of a normal distribution
with annotated areas underneath the normal curve.

normal_dist(curvecolor, fillcolor, fontfamily)

`curvecolor` |
What color should the curve itself be. Any ggplot2-recognized format should do here. |

`fillcolor` |
What color should the area underneath the curve be. Any ggplot2-recognized format should do here. |

`fontfamily` |
Font family for labeling areas underneath the curve. OPTIONAL. You can omit this if you'd like. |

The normal distribution is a standard normal distribution with a mean of 0 and a standard deviation of 1.

The function returns a fancy plot of a normal distribution annotated with areas underneath the hood. Note that
whatever color is supplied in `fillcolor`

is automatically lightened for areas further from the center of the curve.

library(stevemisc) normal_dist("blue","red") normal_dist("purple","orange")

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