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IME 320-W10 - Anthropometrics

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Anthropometrics and Workplace Design Chapter 10
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Learning Objectives List the six types of variability Understand the statistics of describing populations Know the measurement devices and methods Know how to read the anthropometric tables Know the steps to using anthropometric data in design Know the general principles of workspace design Know how to design standing and seated workspaces Know the importance of Checklists in Human Factors Engineering
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Six Types of Variability Age Sex Racial and Ethnic Group Occupational Generational and Secular Transient Diurnal
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Six Types of Variability Age Sex Racial and Ethnic Group Occupational Generational and Secular Transient Diurnal
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Six Types of Variability Age Sex Racial and Ethnic Group Occupational Generational and Secular Transient Diurnal
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Six Types of Variability Age Sex Racial and Ethnic Group Occupational Generational and Secular Transient Diurnal
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Six Types of Variability Age Sex Racial and Ethnic Group Occupational Generational and Secular Transient Diurnal
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Six Types of Variability Age Sex Racial and Ethnic Group Occupational Generational and Secular Transient Diurnal
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Six Types of Variability Age Sex Racial and Ethnic Group Occupational Generational and Secular Transient Diurnal
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Learning Objectives List the six types of variability Understand the statistics of describing populations Know the measurement devices and methods Know how to read the anthropometric tables Know the steps to using anthropometric data in design Know the general principles of workspace design Know how to design standing and seated workspaces Know the importance of Checklists in Human Factors Engineering
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Statistics Describing Populations Normal Distribution Mean Standard Deviation Percentile
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Statistics Describing Populations Normal Distribution Mean Standard Deviation Percentile
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