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This issue includes the following: Mini Paper by Namakkal T Balakrishnan - New Process Development - Replacing Legacy Process of Fabric Stitching with Fabric Welding Feature by Fred Schenkelberg: Some Musings on Product Reliability and Data Presentation Columns by Donald J. Wheeler, Stephen Luko and guest author Trevor Craney, and Jim Frost. ... more
Posted by Geoff Farmer on Statistics Division Oct 26, 2021 10:20 AM CDT
The Fall Technical Conference (FTC) was canceled again this year, but the fun must go on! Please join us for a 5-week FTC Webinar Series where we highlight 2021 award winners and FTC plenary sessions from the FTC sponsoring organizations. Each week, we will have two webinars representing honorees from one of the four FTC sponsoring organizations. The ... more
Posted by Mindy Hotchkiss on Statistics Division Sep 14, 2021 5:24 PM CDT
The Ellis R. Ott Scholarship Governing Board and the ASQ Statistics Division are pleased to congratulate the winners of the Ellis R. Ott Scholarship for the 2021-22 Academic Year. This year's Awardees are: Anja Zgodic, PhD candidate in Biostatistucs at the University of South Carolina (USC) Camila Burne, Master's student in the Computational ... more
Posted by Mindy Hotchkiss on Statistics Division Sep 14, 2021 4:36 PM CDT
This issue includes the following: Mini Paper by Rothy Chhim and Bingbing Weitner - A Performance Comparison between SAS Macro and DS2 for Deming Regression Analysis Feature by Neelam Nakadi: Simple Data Summaries Using R: Beginning With Baby Steps Of Exploratory Data Analysis (EDA) Columns by Donald J. Wheeler, Grant Reinman and Jim Frost. ... more
Posted by Geoff Farmer on Statistics Division Jun 29, 2021 10:16 AM CDT
William G. Hunter was the founding chair of the Statistics Division of the American Society for Quality Control (now American Society for Quality). His leadership as a communicator, consultant, educator, and innovator and his ability to integrate statistical thinking into many disciplines serve as exemplary models for the Division’s members. ... more
Posted by Geoff Farmer on Statistics Division Jun 8, 2021 7:18 AM CDT