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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!

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Ellis R. Ott Scholarship for Applied Statistics and Quality Management Deadline: April 1 For more information about the program and last year's winners, see Ellis R. Ott Scholarship Provides $7,500 to ‘Quality’ Students | Amstat News . Criteria for Selection - Applicants must be students planning to enroll or currently enrolled in a Master's degree ... more
Posted by Mindy Hotchkiss on Statistics Division Jan 4, 2023 11:48 AM CST
This issue includes the following: · Mini Paper by Lynne B. Hare - Designing for Product and Process Robustness · Feature by Rucha Deshpande - SIMCA: Soft Independent Modeling of Class Analogies · Ellis R. Ott Scholarship Awardees for the Academic Year, 2022-23 · Memories of Gordon Clark (1934 – 2022) by Doug Hlavacek · Columns by Donald J. Wheeler, ... more
Posted by Geoff Farmer on Statistics Division Oct 31, 2022 3:08 PM CDT
This issue includes the following: · Comparing Three Approaches to Robust Design by Dr. Wayne Taylor · Feature by Neelam Nakadi: Examine the Distribution of Data using R Graphs · Columns by Donald J. Wheeler, guest author Grant Reinman, and Jim Frost. Comparing Three Approaches to Robust Design: Key Words: Robust Design, Parameter Design, Dual ... more
Posted by Geoff Farmer on Statistics Division Oct 31, 2022 3:00 PM CDT

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  • OCTOBER 2022 ISSUE OF THE STATISTICS DIGEST NOW AVAILABLE!

    This issue includes the following:

    ·         Mini Paper by Lynne B. Hare - Designing for Product and Process Robustness

    ·         Feature by Rucha Deshpande - SIMCA: Soft Independent Modeling of Class Analogies

    ·         Ellis ...
    Date Created: 10/28/2022 08:24 PM

  • OCTOBER 2022 ISSUE OF THE STATISTICS DIGEST NOW AVAILABLE!

    This issue includes the following:

    ·         Mini Paper by Lynne B. Hare - Designing for Product and Process Robustness

    ·         Feature by Rucha Deshpande - SIMCA: Soft Independent Modeling of Class Analogies

    ·         Ellis ...
    Date Created: 10/28/2022 08:13 PM

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    March: SIPOC: The Unsung Hero of Lean ...

    Date Created: 08/22/2020 10:43 PM
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    Date Created: 05/21/2019 03:22 PM
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