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Left Skewed Histogram: Interpretation (with Examples)

This article explains how to interpret a left skewed histogram with examples.

A left skewed histogram is a histogram where the tail on the left side is longer than usual, and the highest point (peak) of the graph is towards the right. In this situation, the large values appear more often in the data, while the smaller values are not as common. It is also known as negatively skewed histogram.

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