In our analysis we seek to study neutrino-nucleon interactions in the energy range between ~100 GeV - 1 TeV by measuring the inelasticity of these interactions with IceCube DeepCore. DeepCore is a densely packed sub-array inside the IceCube detector, which allows us to detect and reconstruct neutrinos with tens of GeV with greater precision. IceCube has previously measured inelasticity distribution at 1 TeV- 100 TeV and with this analysis we aim to extend this range to lower energies to fill in the gap with accelerator measurements. We use a low-background sample of fully contained muon-neutrino charged current events to fit the shape of flux-averaged inelasticity distribution. In this poster we will present the methods and the status of the analysis.