Here is the Dye 3 temperature data used in the posts http://wattsupwiththat.com/2012/01/21/ap-index-neutrons-and-climate/ and http://wattsupwiththat.com/2012/01/24/the-message-in-the-dye-3-data/. It has been detrended and normalized. The bins are 0.01 sigma wide. Actual frequency should be compared with normal density. The accumulated actual and accumulated normal lie almost on top of each other. The last series is the difference between (actual accumulated and standard normal accumulated)*10. The tiny differences you see in the accum charts are multiplied by 10 so you can see which accum is above the other. This is as normal as you are going to find. I didn’t bother with any tests for normality because the result is obvious.
Dye 3 Temperature – Is it Normal?