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Caculating tail of a distribution

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I have data which follows approximately a normal distribution but with a heavy right tail as shown in the picture below. I have made the plot with seaborn distplot using a gaussian kernel density estimate (hist=True, kde=True, norm_hist=True).

Now I would like to calculate the point where the tail starts. In the picture I have marked this approximately with the red line.

How can I calculate the start point of the tail?

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<p>I have data which follows approximately a normal distribution but with a heavy right tail as shown in the picture below. I have made the plot with seaborn <code>distplot</code> using a gaussian kernel density estimate (<code>hist=True, kde=True, norm_hist=True</code>).</p>

<p>Now I would like to calculate the point where the tail starts. In the picture I have marked this approximately with the red line.</p>

<p>How can I calculate the start point of the tail?</p>

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