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Can you create distribution graphs in SSRS reports?

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Hi experts,  I would like to know if you can create distribution graphs in SSRS reports.
Showing the mean and standard deviation?
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It should be more or less possible using the Histogram setting on the Column Chart.

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Anyone ever do a bell curve in SSRS?
Creating a Reporting Services Histogram Chart for Statistical Distribution Analysis
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