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Stepwise Regression with JMP

Stepwise Regression with JMP

What is Stepwise Regression? Stepwise regression is a statistical method to automatically select regression models with the best sets of predictive variables from a large set of potential variables. There are different statistical methods used in stepwise regression to evaluate the potential variables in the model: F-test T-test R-square AIC Three Approaches to Stepwise Regression [...]
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Stepwise Regression with Minitab

Stepwise Regression with Minitab

What is Stepwise Regression? Stepwise regression is a statistical method to automatically select regression models with the best sets of predictive variables from a large set of potential variables. There are different statistical methods used in stepwise regression to evaluate the potential variables in the model: F-test T-test R-square AIC Three Approaches to Stepwise Regression [...]
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P Chart with JMP

What is a P Chart? The P chart plots the percentage of defectives in one subgroup as a data point. It considers the situation when the subgroup size of inspected units is not constant. The underlying distribution of the P-chart is binomial distribution. P Chart Equations Data Point:         Center Line:   [...]
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P Chart with Minitab

What is a P Chart? The P chart plots the percentage of defectives in one subgroup as a data point. It considers the situation when the subgroup size of inspected units is not constant. The underlying distribution of the P-chart is binomial distribution. P Chart Equations Data Point:         Center Line:   [...]
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P Chart with SigmaXL

What is a P Chart? The P chart plots the percentage of defectives in one subgroup as a data point. It considers the situation when the subgroup size of inspected units is not constant. The underlying distribution of the P-chart is binomial distribution. P Chart Equations Data Point:         Center Line:   [...]
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U Chart with JMP

What is a U Chart? The U chart is a type of control chart used to monitor discrete (count) data where the sample size is greater than one, typically the average number of defects per unit. Defect vs. Defective Remember the difference between defect and defective? A defect of a unit is the unit’s characteristic [...]
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U Chart with SigmaXL

What is a U Chart? The U chart is a type of control chart used to monitor discrete (count) data where the sample size is greater than one, typically the average number of defects per unit. Defect vs. Defective Remember the difference between defect and defective? A defect of a unit is the unit’s characteristic [...]
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U Chart with Minitab

What is a U Chart? The U chart is a type of control chart used to monitor discrete (count) data where the sample size is greater than one, typically the average number of defects per unit. Defect vs. Defective Remember the difference between defect and defective? A defect of a unit is the unit’s characteristic [...]
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XBar R Chart with JMP

Xbar R Chart The Xbar R chart is a control chart for continuous data with a constant subgroup size between two and ten. The Xbar chart plots the average of a subgroup as a data point. The R chart plots the difference between the highest and lowest values within a subgroup as a data point. [...]
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Box Cox Transformation with JMP

What is a Box Cox Transformation? Data transforms are usually applied so that the data appear to more closely meet assumptions of a statistical inference model to be applied or to improve the interpret-ability or appearance of graphs. Power transformation is a class of transformation functions that raise the response to some power. For example, a [...]
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Box Cox Transformation with SigmaXL

Box Cox Transformation Data transforms are usually applied so that the data appear to more closely meet assumptions of a statistical inference model to be applied or to improve the interpret-ability or appearance of graphs. Power transformation is a class of transformation functions that raise the response to some power. For example, a square root [...]
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Box Cox Transformation with Minitab

What is a Box Cox Transformation? Box Cox Transformation Formula The formula of the Box Cox transformation is: Where: Use Minitab to Perform a Box-Cox Transformation Minitab provides the best Box-Cox transformation with an optimal λ that minimizes the model SSE (sum of squared error). Here is an example of how we transform the non-normally […]

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IR Chart with SigmaXL

What is an IR Chart? The IR chart (also called individual-moving range chart or I-MR chart) is a popular control chart for continuous data with subgroup size equal to one. The I chart plots an individual observation as a data point. The MR chart plots the absolute value of the difference between two consecutive observations [...]
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IR Chart with JMP

IR Chart The IR chart (also called individual-moving range chart or I-MR chart) is a popular control chart for continuous data with subgroup size equal to one. The I chart plots an individual observation as a data point. The MR chart plots the absolute value of the difference between two consecutive observations in individual charts [...]
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IR Charts with Minitab

What is an IR Chart? The IR chart (also called individual-moving range chart or I-MR chart) is a popular control chart for continuous data with subgroup size equal to one. The I chart plots an individual observation as a data point. The MR chart plots the absolute value of the difference between two consecutive observations [...]
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Multiple Linear Regression with Minitab

What is Multiple Linear Regression? Multiple linear regression is a statistical technique to model the relationship between one dependent variable and two or more independent variables by fitting the data set into a linear equation. The difference between simple linear regression and multiple linear regression: Simple linear regression only has one predictor. Multiple linear regression [...]
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Multiple Linear Regression with SigmaXL

What is Multiple Linear Regression? Multiple linear regression is a statistical technique to model the relationship between one dependent variable and two or more independent variables by fitting the data set into a linear equation. The difference between simple linear regression and multiple linear regression: Simple linear regression only has one predictor. Multiple linear regression [...]
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Multiple Linear Regression with JMP

What is Multiple Linear Regression? Multiple linear regression is a statistical technique to model the relationship between one dependent variable and two or more independent variables by fitting the data set into a linear equation. The difference between simple linear regression and multiple linear regression: Simple linear regression only has one predictor Multiple linear regression [...]
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