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How do I calculate the normality of my data in Python

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Fairly new to python and completing some business analytics tasks on data sample of 5000. Pretty comfortable with the idea of doing the classification models etc but really stuck on the more simple bits.

Can't work out from internet sources the best way to calculate if my sample is normal or not. Dataset includes many variables including age, education, bank balance etc and the outcome variable is whether the call they received resulted in them signing up to a platinum bank account.

Can someone give any advice as to what test I should use for normality and which information I need to use from my own sample (which variables etc) to do this?

asked Jan 4 in 3rd Party Python and API development in other Languages by angelcrazy123 New to the Community (0 points)

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answered Jan 15 by snahta New to the Community (1 point)