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A probability provides a quantitative description of the likely occurrence of a particular event.

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I plotted normal probability plot in R using qqnorm and qqline. I want some help on: How to estimate "probability" that a data has normal distribution? (I read in a paper that a probability of 0.10 … is required to assume that a data is normally distributed). Also, how to calculate correlation coefficient for a normal probability plot in R? Is the normality test valid for nonlinear regression too? (This might be a silly question, excuse me for that!) Thanks! …
asked Sep 3 '14 by Learner