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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 class-intervals 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.