Histograms, Basic Statistics

The skewness is a measure of asymmetry and it is positive at 0.15 meaning that it is greater than zero which reveals that the tail extends to the right slightly indicating the distribution to be slightly stretched on the side above the mean which is 0.3565. The kurtosis is a measure of the flatness of the distribution and in this case it is -0.10 suggesting that the distribution is relatively flat compared to normal distribution. These values are relatively close to zero therefore you would expect to see a distribution close to being normally distributed.

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