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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!


*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
Please join us for the Multiple Regression Webinar on Jan. 20, 2021 at 12 CST.   The link using WEBEX is https://asq.webex.com/asq/onstage/g.php?MTID=e2449cd6ae378a3c72b46a940300b0e18 more
Posted by Geoff Farmer on Statistics Division Dec 29, 2020 8:09 PM CST
The Statistics Division of the American Society for Quality is pleased to announce the availability of $7500 scholarships to support students who are enrolled in, or are accepted into enrollment in, a master’s degree or higher program with a concentration in applied statistics and/or quality management.  This includes the theory and application ... more
Posted by Geoff Farmer on Statistics Division Nov 21, 2020 7:32 AM CST

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