hi ... take a look at
and scroll through the pages
you'll find a bunch of normal curves (e.g. pages 21, 24, 28, 33)
is this similar to what you want ... let me know if it is (most of the curves are "SAS-generated")
if so, I'll see if I can find the SAS code used to create the charts
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> Hi all. I'm trying to general a nice graph of a normal pdf where part of
> the pdf is colored in. Suppose I have a standard normal, N(0,1). I would
> like the part of the pdf to the right of 1 standard deviation [1,inf) to
> display the color blue while the part of the graph to the left of 1
> standard deviation (-inf,1] to display a different color (or none at all).
> Ideally, I would also like the colored part of the pdf to be assigned a
> label, like "p", while the other part is assigned another label, like "q".
> What I'm trying to illustrate is that if one sets a threshold (cutoff
> point) for a normal, the transformed variable will be a Bernoulli. Simple
> stuff, but I done know annotate very well.
> thanks for helping.