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How to Run a U Chart in Minitab

What's a U Chart? U Charts are Control Charts designed for tracking the number of defects per unit for discrete data. A classic example of a C Chart is to track the number of scratches on new smart phone cases at a manufacturing facility. Learn more about U Charts in Control…

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How to Run a Two Proportions Test in Minitab

What's a Two Proportions Test? The Two Proportions Test is a hypothesis tests that can be used to determine whether the proportion defective of one strata of a process is statistically different from the proportion defective (or yield) of another strata of a process. It is useful for determining whether…

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How to Run a Sampling Calculation (Discrete) in Minitab

What's a Sampling Calculation (Discrete)? Sampling is a measurement technique where smaller amounts of representative data can be used to understand the larger population. The goal is to take the smallest amount of data possible while still being able to make statistically sound assessments. This avoids spending time and money…

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How to Run a Sampling Calculation (Continuous) in Minitab

What's a Sampling Calculation (Continuous)? Sampling is a measurement technique where smaller amounts of representative data can be used to understand the larger population. The goal is to take the smallest amount of data possible while still being able to make statistically sound assessments. This avoids spending time and money…

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How to Run a Regression Test in Minitab

What's a Regression Test? The Regression Test is a hypothesis test that determines whether there is a correlation between two paired sets of continuous data. It is useful for determining if changes in Y can be attributable to a particular X. Regression produces a “prediction equation” that estimates the value…

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How to Run a P Chart in Minitab

What's a P Chart? P Charts are Control Charts designed for tracking the proportion defective for discrete data.These charts require both the total population as well as the count of defective units in order to plot the proportion. A classic example a P Chart is to track the proportion of…

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How to Run a One Proportion Test in Minitab

What's a One Proportion Test? The One Proportion test is a hypothesis test that can be used to determine whether a process is performing at the level of an established standard. It provides a way to determine if there is a statistically significant difference between the standard and a particular…

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How to Run a nP Chart in Minitab

What's a nP Chart? nP Charts are Control Charts designed for tracking the number of defective items for discrete data in consistently sized sub-groups. A classic example an nP Chart is to track the number of defective products per lot shipped where the lot size was constant. Learn more about…

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How to Run a Normality Test in Minitab

What's a Normality Test (aka Anderson-Darling Test for Normality)? The Normality Test is a statistical test that determines whether or not a data set is normally distributed. A normal distribution is often referred to as a “Bell Curve.” Whether a distribution is normal or not determines which tests or functions…

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How To Run A C Chart In SigmaXL

What's A C Chart? C Charts are Control Charts designed for tracking the count of defects for discrete data in consistently sized sub-groups. A classic example of a C Chart is to track the number of defects per application, which are all 10 pages each. Learn more about C Charts in Control…

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