Its formula is —
Parameters:
array: Input array or object having the elements.
axis: Axis along which the skewness test is to be computed. By default axis = 0.Returns: Zscore (Statistics value) and Pvalue for the hypothesis test on data set.
Code # 1:

Output:
Code # 2:
# Doing obliquely
from
scipy.stats
import
skewtest
import
numpy as np
import
pylab as p
x1
=
np.linspace (

5
,
12
,
1000
)
y1
=
1.
/
(np.sqrt (
2.
*
np.pi))
*
np.exp (

.
5
*
(x1)
*
*
2
)
p.plot (x1, y1,
`.`
)
print
(
`Skewness for data:`
, skewtest (y1))
Exit:
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