Any help regarding my issue would be very much appreciated.
I need to draw a bell curve based on the fallowing data.
How should this look like?
I mean, your x-axis should be Country, right?
But that's not an appropriate axis for bell curve fitting, since there is no natural ordering in the dimension values, nor a numeric spacing.
Think about how the curve will change when you reorder the dimension values.
Thanks for the Reply Henric.
I got your point. could you please help me to draw bell curve from the data. Like interval on one axis and growth on other axis. Any posibility to plot a bell curve on the data would be grate for me.
It is not possible, given the posted data. Stefan's first question is still relevant. How would such a graph look? The only way I can think of is the following. And then I cannot fit a bell curve in here...
Only way to create a histogram that comes to mind is to classify the Growth rates:
Create a bar chart with calculated dimension
The number 0.25 for bucket size is quite arbitrary, you can play with it.
Given the number of samples and the values reported, your histogram will not really look like a bell curve.
I think Henric has described in his blog post how to add a bell curve reference line to this chart.
You could do this in a combo chart
I am not sure this is what you want, but it does produce a bell-curve based on the growth numbers...