"Statistically Valid Sampling" by Paul Mullenix, Ph.D.

When:  Feb 16, 2023 from 02:00 AM to 03:00 AM (UTC)
Associated with  Cascades PNW Section

We’ve all experienced decisions that later turned out to be wrong. Basing decisions on data helps, but how much data, what kind of data, how can we know the right way to proceed? This short webinar explores how selecting the right sample size and knowing how to select the observations correctly can make the difference in your decisions from data.

This webinar will help learners:

  • Know the importance of sample size in decision making.

  • Finding Sample Sizes by knowing power, false signal rate and effect size.

  • Basic Do’s and Don’ts of Acceptance Sampling

About the Author:

Paul has a wide range of experience with 3 years as Assistant Professor of Statistics and Mathematics at the University of North Florida; 15 years in semiconductor industries serving various roles as Statistician, Director of Quality & Reliability and Director of Customer Service; 11 years in international statistical consulting based in Malaysia; 8 years as Director of Global Statistics and Six Sigma for Entegris Corp in Billerica Massachusetts and now performing statistical consulting with Quality Support Group. Paul holds a Ph.D. in Statistics from the University of Florida. He has held Vice President and Treasurer offices in the Florida Chapter of the American Statistical Association and published over 15 articles. Paul is married to a wonderful statistician with four statistically significant children.