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In this case inormal refers to the integral, or cumulative, normal distribution formula. Confusingly, some people use inormal to refer to the inverse function instead.
Notice that fitting a normal distribution curve to a cumulative histogram is not dependent upon the width of classintervals you use. The areas shaded green estimate the number of observations in each interval if the data were normal with the observed mean and standard deviation.
