STA 4664/5666 Assignment #1 - Due Sept. 23, 2015 in Class
1.
Select a process from your experiences in which you can "engineer" an outcome. That is, you have
some factors to control in order to impact the results of the process. For example, teaching a cl
Normal Calculations in JMP
Start JMP. From the File menu select
New > Data Table.
Click on the heading of
Column 1 and type the
new heading Z.
Click on the second
column heading and type
the new heading Prob.
Type desired values to be
evaluated in the Z
c
Reading Data into JMP from Excel
Assume the data that you want to
construct control charts with in JMP
exists in an Excel file.
Note that the file name is ch06
and the data resides on the sheet
called Example data.
The data sets from the textbook are
all
Denitions of Tests 1 to 8
Proc Shewhart
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Test Index Pattern Description
One point beyond Zone A (outside the control limits)
Nine points in a row in Zone C or beyond on one side of the central line
Six points in a row steadily incre
Baking Time
Management
Baking Temputure
Quality of
Ingredients
Cost of
Ingredients
Time of Mixing
time
Order of
Ingredients
Raw Score
Relative %
How Important
Technical Evaluation
Target value
Technical Difficulty
Oven Type
Baked experience
Competitive Ev
8.7 Gauge and Measurement Systems
Capability Studies
Determine how much of the observed
variability is due to the gauge or measurement
system
Isolate the components of variability in the
measurement system
Assess whether the gauge is capable (suitable
Control Charts for Variables
Chapter 6
Introduction to Statistical Quality Control, 6th Edition
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Chapter 6
Introduction to Statistical Quality Control, 6th Edition
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Subgroup Data with Unknown and
Chapter 6
Introduction to Statistical Quality Control, 6