Used for qualitative and quantitative data collection Minimal interpretation of

Used for qualitative and quantitative data collection

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Used for qualitative and quantitative data collection. Minimal interpretation of result is required. Check Sheets
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Check sheet
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A scatter plot is a line with no line. The point of intersection between the two variables are plotted but no attempt is made to draw a line physically. Conventionally the Y – axis is used for the characteristics which we would like to predict, in terms of behavior. The scatter plot can be used to define the area of relationship between the two variables. Scatter Diagram
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Scatter Diagram
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Also known as fishbone diagram. Is a method for analyzing process dispersion. The purpose of the diagram is to relate causes and effect. The effect reflect the problem to be resolved, the opportunity to be grasped and the result to be achieved. Cause – and- effect diagram
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Cause – and- effect diagram
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Also known as fishbone diagram. Is a method for analyzing process dispersion. The purpose of the diagram is to relate causes and effect. The effect reflect the problem to be resolved, the opportunity to be grasped and the result to be achieved. Pareto Charts
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Pareto Chart
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Flow Chart
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