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Please watch our free webinar describing the application of process capability analysis for multivariate data by Dr. Neil Polhemus. Drawing from his recent book “Process Capability Analysis: Estimating Quality” published by CRC Press in 2017, Dr. Polhemus shows how multivariate data may be used to estimate conformance with specifications involving the simultaneous performance of more than one variable. Watch the video now on our YouTube Channel by clicking here: Multivariate Capability Analysis Seminar.
During the 2018 Joint Statistical Meetings in Vancouver, CRC Press interviewed Dr. Neil Polhemus about his book entitled Process Capability Analysis: Estimating Quality. The book contains many examples from Statgraphics, including the analysis of non-normal data and the application of capability analysis to multivariate data. Watch the video interview here: CRC Interview.
Statgraphics 18 contains a new procedure for plotting sequential data called the Time Series Baseline Plot which is useful when lower and upper limits are present. For example, the Oceanic Niño Index (ONI) is calculated from a 3-month moving average of sea surface temperatures in the east-central tropical Pacific. Strong El Niño conditions exist when the ONI is greater than 0.5, while strong La Niña conditions exist when the ONI is less than -0.5. The time series baseline plot highlights periods of high and low values by shading the areas between the data and those limits. Read more here: Time Series Baseline Plot PDF.
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