Histogram Training & Certificate
Learn the basics of the Histogram and build your problem-solving muscles.
What Is a Histogram?
Histograms are frequency charts. In Lean Six Sigma, they show the distribution of values produced by a process. In other words, a histogram is a visual display of how much variation exists in a process.
Why You Should Register for Histogram Training & Certificate
In the Histogram Training (Single Module), you’ll learn the basics of these tools and techniques and continue building your problem-solving muscles.
What You’ll Get (Certificate, PDUs/CPEs)
- Histogram Certificate
- 2 PDUs / 2.4 CPEs
- Prerequisites: None
- Delivery: Fully online and on-demand/self-paced/asynchronous
- Timing: 2 hours
- Exam: 5 questions, 100% score required, unlimited retakes, results viewable
- Access: 1 year
- Works on smartphones and tablets
- Define the Histogram
- Explain why Histograms are important
- Describe how a Histogram relates to the DMAIC problem-solving methodology
- Define the the terms used in the Histogram
- List the common elements that make up the Histogram
List of Contents
- Histogram Training Module
- Webinar: 5 Ways to Create Charts & Graphs to Highlight Your Work
- Link: How to Create a Histogram in SigmaXL
- Link: How to Create a Histogram in Minitab
- Quiz: Histogram
New: Single Modules
Single Modules are a smart new way to learn the basics of a single Lean Six Sigma concept or tool. It’s training “Just-In-Time” – a Lean way to learn!
We recommend them if you:
- Don’t need a full training and certification course
- Need to learn the basics or get a refresher on a single concept or tool
- Need PDUs for your PMP Certification
To learn how to complete successful Lean Six Sigma projects step-by-step and build your problem-solving muscles, please register for Green Belt Training & Certification.
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I can see how all the training relates to actual projects!
The exams really drive the information home
Good training, appreciated the basic statistics overview too. Engaging as always!
first example (time to calibrate oven) has units of days on plots but minutes are discussed.
Nice content with good examples. Easy to understand.