# Normal Distribution Generator

Our Normal Distribution Generator is programmed to generate a data set consisting of 50 values that follow the standard normal distribution (mean = 0, standard deviation = 1) by default. However, if you prefer to input your own mean and standard deviation values, you can customize the generator accordingly.

## What is Normal Distribution Generator

A Normal Distribution Generator is a tool used to create random numbers that follow a normal distribution, also known as a Gaussian distribution or bell curve. The normal distribution is a probability distribution that is symmetric and characterized by its mean (average) and standard deviation.

The generator allows users to specify the mean and standard deviation of the desired normal distribution. It then generates random numbers that are distributed around the mean, with the spread determined by the standard deviation.

Generating random numbers that follow a normal distribution can be useful in various applications such as statistical modeling, simulations, and data analysis. It allows for the creation of datasets that resemble real-world phenomena where most values cluster near the mean, with fewer extreme values.

Normal distribution generators can be implemented using programming languages or statistical software packages. These tools often provide functions or methods to generate random numbers from a normal distribution based on user-defined parameters.

## Normal Distribution Generator Example

Certainly! Generating random numbers that follow a normal distribution is a common requirement in various statistical and simulation scenarios. Here's an example of generating random numbers from a normal distribution using Python:

`pythonCopy Code````
import numpy as np
# Set the parameters for the normal distribution
mean = 0 # Mean (center) of the distribution
std_dev = 1 # Standard deviation (spread) of the distribution
sample_size = 100 # Number of random numbers to generate
# Generate random numbers from a normal distribution
random_numbers = np.random.normal(mean, std_dev, sample_size)
# Print the generated random numbers
print(random_numbers)
```

In this example, we use the `numpy`

library in Python to generate random numbers from a normal distribution. The `np.random.normal()`

function takes three arguments: the mean, the standard deviation, and the size or number of random numbers to generate.

You can customize the values of `mean`

, `std_dev`

, and `sample_size`

to suit your specific requirements. The generated `random_numbers`

will be an array of `sample_size`

random numbers that follow a normal distribution with the specified mean and standard deviation.

Please note that the generated numbers are approximations and may not perfectly match the desired mean and standard deviation due to the inherent randomness of the process. However, as the sample size increases, the generated numbers tend to adhere more closely to the specified distribution properties.