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The Statistics Division was formed to serve as a focal point and resource for the quality community, both to help explain and communicate existing statistical methods and motivate development of new or improved tools and techniques. The Statistics Division welcomes statistical practitioners of all levels and fields of application. Learn how to understand your process data with us!


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
*Click attachment icon in upper right corner* This issue includes the following: Statistical Process Control Column by Donald J. Wheeler - How Do You Estimate the Fraction Nonconforming? Risk and Uncertainty Column by Stephen Luko – The Principle of Redundancy Hypothesis Testing Column by Jim Frost - Coefficient of Variation Mini Paper by Jason ... more
Posted by Geoff Farmer on Statistics Division Feb 25, 2021 9:11 AM CST

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Aaron Wood
I was hoping that this group would have more events posted on this community page, but I don't see any upcoming ...
Aaron Wood Jun '21

We have a couple webinars coming up in August and September that you'll see on the site soon.

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Valerie Hassan
HI all- I'm interested in finding a couple of speakers local to San Diego County (CA) to provide some keynote and ...
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Ronald Kelley
Greetings, I just received a newsletter from the Statistics Division. Thanks! Along with the exciting news of the ...
Ronald Kelley Aug '19
HI Ronald,

So sorry the first E-zine this month didn't have the link.  I hope you caught it in the second E-zine or saw ...
Jorge Romeu
In this paper we summarize eleven months of pro-bono research on statistical modeling of Covid-19 topics. For ...
Mindy Hotchkiss
The Statistics Division traditionally maintained a list of Speakers available to groups for local events, ...
Mindy Hotchkiss Jun '19
HI- so how do I access this Stats Division speaker list?
I'm interested in presenting some stats topics at future ...
Hi Valerie, this sounds like an interesting program. The Statistics Division historically had a speaker list ...
HI- got that list available ? 

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Curious as to what folks have to say regarding the coefficient of variation, its pros and cons. Thanks.
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The Statistics Division is celebrating its 40th Anniversary this year. If you would like to share a story or ...
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