Hello, I am in the process of studying for the LSS Green Belt certification and am hitting a roadblock. My formal education in statistics is far enough in the past that I am struggling with material on hypothesis testing that uses distributions other than the normal distribution. I have been combining review of the LSSGB Handbook and ASQ E-learning course, but both are intended to be overviews.
Can anyone recommend a good online resource for getting more into the details? Thanks.
I have passed my Yellow and Green Belt with the Technical University of Muchen on EDX. Thus, I would like to recommend you to have a look at the yellow belt course, and it's free, because I noticed that the statistic's courses in Analyze, Improve and Control phase were well detailed and explained.
Hope that it will help you.
Should you have any question, don't hesitate to contact me.
@Nanjarivelo Misa Nicolas Ralainarivo I have completed the TUM course for Define and Measure and found it very helpful. Thank you for the recommendation.
Did you certify through TUM with a business project instead of sitting for the certification exam? I was planning to take the exam as I am in the middle of a career change and may not be able to define a business-project. Thank you again.