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This issue includes the following: • Youden Address by James J. Filliben - The Role of DEX & EDA for Standards & the Role of Standards for DEX & EDA Part 2 • Statistical Process Control Column by Donald J. Wheeler - Covid-19 Data and Process Behavior Charts • Hypothesis Testing Column by Jim Frost - Understanding Significance Levels • Risk and ... moreon 06/26/2020 09:17 AM
New Video Available! June 23, 2020 ASQ Statistics Division Webinar - Designing High Impact ExperimentsShari Kraber of Stat-Ease, presented this popular webinar on June 23. This presentation introduces a simple but effective four-step DOE planning process that includes the evaluation of the power of the design to detect effects. Knowing the power prior to running an experiment forces the quality professional to consider both the amount of change ... moreon 06/24/2020 09:36 PM
ASQ World Conference On Quality And Improvement 2021: Statistics Division Session Proposal SubmissionThe call for session proposals for WCQI 2021 May 23 – 26, 2021 in Anaheim, CA begins July 13, 2020 with a deadline of August 10, 2020. If you are interested in submitting a session proposal to be sponsored by the Statistics Division, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the WCQI coordinator at email@example.com moreon 06/14/2020 12:11 PM
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Slides from 3-24-2020 Webinar Statistical Process Control: Myths, Misconceptions and Applications by Daksha Chokshi
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Slides From Spanish Webinar Comparando Métodos Para Representar Y Analizar Los Datos (Comparing Methods To Represent And Analyze Data)
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