If learning complex math, arithmetic, or statistics isn’t needed then why introduce Statistical Process Control or SPC for short?

SPC simply put is a quality control method employing statistical methods. Statistical Process Control is applied in order to monitor and control a process. Monitoring and controlling the process ensures that it operates at its full potential and provides many answers to many questions such as:

Are all the units coming off the line the same?

If everyone in the room measures the same unit will we all get the same answer?

If we measure a unit, make an improvement to the process, then measure another unit and see an improvement, has the process actually improved or is it a result of variability in the process

Should we measure a single unit to make change decisions or to validate product performance?

A Simple Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) in Excel One of the most important steps in any Six Sigma project is the ANOVA or Analysis of Variance. ANOVA is found in the Analyze phase of the […]

SPC (Statistical Process Control) Excel Template – 3 Factor DOE Folks, as promised from yesterday’s blog post, here is a 3 factor DOE Excel Template for you to use. Credit must be given to Dean […]

SPC (Statistical Process Control) Excel Template – Attribute Gage R&R Here is the second post in the (SPC) series throughout the month of June. This one features an Attribute Gage R&R This spreadsheet allows the […]

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