We are attempting to plot the probability distribution of a single column of data using the seaborn package’s kdeplot function. In the majority of instances, the observed density ranges from 0 to 1. In contrast, the density values in our pdf line plot range from 0 to 7 (y-axis). Is it correct, or should it be multiplied by 100?
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We don’t know what your data is or what it represents, or how you are processing or plotting it; so I can’t imagine how we could possibly answer the question.
We apologize for the improper information. We have an array (dd) with a length of 1000. For this, we used a script like
fig, ax= plt.subplots(nrows=1, ncols=2, figsize=(17,8))
sns.kdeplot(data=dd, fill = True, color=‘dimgray’,alpha=.2,linewidth=6, ax=ax)
Please find the Google Drive link for the data text file. Note that, we read this data into the array with the name “dd”.