664 Syllabus - Autumn 2010

664 Syllabus - Autumn 2010 - STATISTICS 664 PRINCIPLES OF...

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STATISTICS 664 - PRINCIPLES OF STATISTICAL QUALITY CONTROL Autumn 2010 Lectures: T, Th 8:30 – 10:18, ML 191 Instructor: Bill Notz Office: 319 Cockins Hall Phone: 292 - 3154 Email: [email protected] Office Hours: _________________________________ Grader: Mr. Gao (Office = Cockins Hall 420) Text: Introduction to Statistical Quality Control 6th Ed.) by D. C. Montgomery Computer Software: Minitab, JMP This course will provide an introduction to various topics in Statistical Process Control (SPC). Prerequisite is a course in Mathematical Statistics such as Stat. 521 or Stat. 623. The emphasis of this course will be applied. There will be regular homework problems, most of which will involve the analysis of data that is best done with computer software. We will use Minitab and JMP. Some instruction on the use of these packages will be provided in class. Minitab is available at several public computing sites. These can be determined by going to the web site http://scc.osu.edu/ JMP is will also do ANOVA. It is produced by SAS and has a menu interface, but is not quite as easy to use as Minitab.
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