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如何在Excel中创建钟形曲线图模板?

贝尔曲线图在统计学中被称为正态概率分布,通常用来显示可能发生的事件,钟形曲线的顶部表示最可能发生的事件。 在本文中,我将引导您使用自己的数据创建钟形曲线图,并将工作簿保存为Excel中的模板。

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创建钟形曲线图并在Excel中另存为图表模板

要用自己的数据创建钟形图,然后将其保存为Excel模板,可以执行以下操作:

1。 创建一个空白工作簿,并输入列标题在范围A1:D1如下屏幕截图显示:

2。 在“数据”列中输入数据,然后单击以单击对数据进行排序 数据 > 排序.
在我们的例子中,我们从10到100进入数据列中的Rang A2:A92。

3。 计算数据如下:

(1)在Cell C2中,请输入以下公式来计算平均值:

= AVERAGE(A2:A92)

(2)在Cell D2中,请输入以下公式来计算标准差:

= STDEV(A2:A92)

(3)在Cell B2中,请输入以下公式之一,然后将自动填充手柄拖动到范围A3:A92。

A.在Excel 2010或更高版本中:

= NORM.DIST(A2,$ C $ 2,$ d $ 2,FALSE)

B.在Excel 2007中:

= NORMDIST(A2,$ C $ 2,$ d $ 2,FALSE))

注意:A2:A92是我们输入数据的范围,请根据您的数据将A2:A92更改为范围。

4。 选择范围A2:B92(数据列和分布列),然后单击 插页 > 分散 ( 要么 分散和甜甜圈图表 在Excel 2013中)> 与光滑的线条和标记分散.

然后创建一个钟形曲线图,显示如下屏幕截图。

您可以通过去除钟形曲线图中的图例,轴和网格来格式化钟形曲线。

现在,您可以使用以下步骤将创建的钟形曲线图保存为Excel中的正常图表模板:

5。 将钟形曲线图保存为图表模板:
A.在Excel 2013或更高版本中,右键单击钟形曲线图,然后选择 另存为模板 从右键单击菜单;
B.在Excel 2007和2010中,单击钟形曲线图以激活图表工具,然后单击 设计 > 另存为模板.

6。 在弹出的“保存图表模板”对话框中,在模板中输入一个名称 文件名 框中,然后单击 保存 按钮。

将创建的钟形曲线图保存为自动图文集词条,只需轻轻一点即可轻松重复使用

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使用神奇的工具快速创建钟形曲线

在这个方法中,我将介绍一下 正态分布/钟形曲线 的特点 Kutools for Excel。 此功能可帮助您轻松创建钟形曲线图,只需单击两次即可。 此外,此功能还支持创建频率直方图,以及钟形曲线和频率直方图的组合图。

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1。 选择您将基于创建钟形曲线的数据范围,然后单击 Kutools > 图表 > 正态分布/钟形曲线。 看截图:

2。 在打开对话框中,检查 正态分布图 在选项 选择 部分,然后单击 OK 按钮。 看截图:

提示:
(1)可以在图表标题框中输入图表标题;
(2)如果您需要创建频率直方图,请检查 频率直方图 选项只在 选择 部分; 有关钟形曲线和频率直方图的组合图表,请检查中的两个选项 选择 部分。

如果你只检查 正态分布图 选项​​:

如果你同时检查两者 正态分布图 频率直方图 opţiuni:


演示:在Excel中创建钟形曲线图模板

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    Sophie · 4 months ago
    I followed the instructions above but ended up with a graph which wasn't in a normal distribution. What can I do to make this normally distributed?
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    Geeky · 4 months ago
    Good explanation loved it!
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    Rudra · 8 months ago
    Hi, I have query on NORM.DIST Function in Excel. For probability mass function (False case) contains formula and result is generated. For cumulative (True case) in excel which formula is using to generate the result? For True, it is mentioned as integral of probability mass function formula.
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    DanHammang · 10 months ago
    I think I'm missing something in the instructions for how to make a bell curve chart. In step 4 the formula creates, in cellB2, a normal distribution for the range of my data in column A. However there is no data in B3 through B93, yet the scatter chart seems to require data in cells B3 through B93. How is that data produced? Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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      shawn · 10 months ago
      copy the formula in B2 and paste it in cells B3:B9
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    Jason Erdmann · 1 years ago
    Good stuff, much better than some other site I was trying to follow. But, in Excel 2016 at least, you don't need to sort your data for the graph to show properly, its nice to be able to save a step or not have to worry about it if your data might change, extend, or be in a certain order for a reason (e.g. data entry ease). Also, because you made this so easy to follow, I was able to figure out how to add a second set of data (with its own average, standard deviation, and norm.dist values) to the same graph, it makes my graph more interesting. I think it would be cool if you expanded your base example into an advanced example like that. Again, good stuff.
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    NK · 1 years ago
    Can any set of data be made to look like a Bell curve this way?? What if the Kurtosis of the data was not within +/- 3 for a Normal Distribution?
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    Pam Hanes · 1 years ago
    Clear example -- a lifesaver!
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    Brenda · 1 years ago
    I would like to plot student scores (percentiles) on a standard bell curve - is that possible to do in excel?
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      Tang Kelly · 1 years ago
      Hi Brenda,
      List the student scores in Column A in the ascending order, and then follow the first method to create a bell curve chart.
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    Tim Platz · 1 years ago
    Is there a way to shade parts of this bell curve?
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    Paul S · 1 years ago
    Is there a way to put a vertical line at a certain Z score? I've been doing it in paint, but I'd like to do it automatically
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      val · 1 years ago
      Hi! The way I have done it is by creating an extra set of data and then adding them to the graph. e.g.
      y x
      0 25
      0.1 25

      (0.1 is my max distribution and 25 the z score i want to add the vertical line)

      Hope it helps :)
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      Tang Kelly · 1 years ago
      Hi Paul,
      Thank you for your comment. I am afraid I can’t. Sorry!
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    soo · 1 years ago
    thanks a lot.
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    rudra · 2 years ago
    great help
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    Catherine · 2 years ago
    Brilliant. Thank you!
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    Mary · 2 years ago
    Thank you very much. Most helpful.
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    Sana · 2 years ago
    I just wanted to thank u:)
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    ASHISH · 2 years ago
    Thank you very much.

    How we can decorate this graph with X-axis 0.4 to +4 , mentioning 68,95,97 area
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    ASHISH · 2 years ago
    Thank you very much. Most helpful.

    Please help me to convert this graph in the form of x-axis -4 to +4 with shaded area
    68.3,95.4,99.7. , just as it looks like when we search "Normal Curve" in google
    Thanks
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    Jordy · 2 years ago
    Thanks for the training. I was wondering if it was possible to add vertical lines the distance of the standard deviation from the mean?
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    Jordy · 2 years ago
    Thanks for the training. I was wondering if you could add in vertical lines the distance of the standard deviation? Your help is much appreciated
    -Jordy
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    Steve · 2 years ago
    Thanks, works great for me too, most helpful.

    Is it possible to overlay two or more distribution curves on the same 'x' axis?
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    Dr Manaullah · 2 years ago
    Thank U very much for informative and narrative explanation.
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    Dr Manaullah · 2 years ago
    Very nice way of explaining. It works very fine. I tried for my class marks distribution. Long Live.
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    Michele · 2 years ago
    Thanks so much for the training - extremely clear and helpful!
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    adel · 3 years ago
    hi
    thanks for your training article . i performed every thing right as you explained in article . but finally i have an strange graph that is not similar to normal dist . may you help me ?
    tnx again