The (co)relationship plots
Part 7. We are approaching the end of this series, so the charts are becoming more specific. This category is mainly used in R&D and the more operational control of companies. After all, it shows the relationship between 2 or more process variables.
The 'process capability indexes' and charts
Part 6. For this bit, I'll repeat the example from last time, where you see the results of 3 batches from the same process. With each batch, the average value shifts and certainly one batch has a significantly different variation from the other 2 batches.
Data showing time effects
Part 5. This time I am not going to spend time on the simple applications (time plots, run charts) of this chart, but start immediately with the 'Control Chart'. This can also be known under the names SPC chart, control chart, ...
Graph showing frequency of occurrence
Part 4. The further we get into this blog series, the more the graphs will take on a more statistical angle. This category of graphs will ring a bell for many of you. There is so much process and product knowledge to be gained from a little statistical support.
Data showing categories
Part 3. In the following blog posts, I will occasionally show an example of commonly used graphs. For this purpose, I will use a data set that I have built up myself during my 'process improvement' courses. This data can serve as an 'easy to understand' example to teach my trainees the material I discuss in this series.
Qualitative data is the key to quickly performing a good analysis
Part 2. An unfortunate observation, is that the data structure and data quality leave much to be desired. These simple tools can make the data much easier to process and use.
The occasion and thus an introduction
Part 1. In this blog, I will try to give you a few tips on how to turn data and graphs into decisive decisions, rather than giving rise to more emotions and concoctions.
Machine and Operator Capacity dashboard
Business challenge The organisation’s drug pilot plant faced an increasing customer demand.
Stanwick roundtable May-June 2020 - From defense over resilience to imagination
At the end of May, Stanwick organised 3 round-tables with company leaders from around the world, both during and after COVID-19.
Why use statistical models in an organisation?
Statistical models are something you hear about from all sides in these bizarre “corona days”. Something that many people are working on.
Down with myopia in organisations!
Research shows that myopia in people has increased drastically over the last half-century. Overuse of the eyes at close range often leads to this myopia.
5S: Neat work environment or much more?
5S is a method for creating and maintaining a pleasant, orderly, tidy, safe and productive working environment with all the people involved, based on agree