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 27 May 2013 Does Teradata have a probit or Normal dsitribution function I've made a probit regression model using a statistical package. I'de like to use Teradata to score our customers. For this I need a function that converts a real value to a probability value (value between 0 and 1) based on the normal distribution. Is there such a function, or method to do this in Teradata SQL? In Excel for example this function is called NORMDIST(). 08 Jun 2016 Have you heard any response regarding normal distribution in Teradata? I am looking to do the same thing bank accounts balances 08 Jun 2016 If you only need the PDF: ```/* Probability density function for Normal Distribution https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Probability_density_function */ REPLACE FUNCTION NormDist ( val NUMBER -- Value to be evaluated ,Mean NUMBER -- Mean of the Normal Distribution ,StdDev NUMBER -- Standard Deviation of the Normal Distribution ) RETURNS NUMBER LANGUAGE SQL CONTAINS SQL NOT DETERMINISTIC SQL SECURITY DEFINER COLLATION INVOKER INLINE TYPE 1 RETURN EXP(-0.5*(val-Mean)*(val-Mean) / (StdDev*StdDev)) / (2.506628274631 /*=SQRT(2.*PI()*/ *StdDev);```To get the Cumulative PDF you need to implement a C-UDF. Dieter 14 Jun 2016 Hello, Is it possible to get the integral of this function in Teradata?we need the probability distribution function, and that would be the integral of the density function. In Excel sheet this calcultation can be done with DISTR.NORM.ESTAND.N functions, and INV.NORM.ESTAND for the inverse function. Example: DISTR.NORM.ESTAND.N(1,96;TRUE) INV.NORM.ESTAND(0,025)       15 Jun 2016 NORM.S.INV is the Cumulative distribution, there's no way to calculate an integral in SQL. A quick serach shows some solutions for SQL Server, which might be easily adopted to Teradata (lots of Search&Replace to get a single calculation): http://formaldev.blogspot.com.au/2012/09/T-SQL-NORMDIST-1.html   But of course the simplest and most efficient way would be wrapping one of the many C-implemetations into a UDF.  Dieter You must sign in to leave a comment.