Statistical Aspects of Analytical Determinants, Section 7: Presentation of Data

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Youden, W.J.   (1972, ASQC)   National Bureau of Standards, Washington, DC

Journal of Quality Technology    Vol. 4    No. 1
QICID: 5102    January 1972    pp. 45-49
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Article Abstract

(reprinted from The Analyst, December 1952, Vol. 77, No. 921, pp. 874-878)The detection and correction of sources of error in analytical procedures is a major concern of analytical chemists. The efficiency of the search for the sources of analytical errors can be increased by scheduling the order of making the determinations so that the determinations fall into rational groupings. Two new types of groupings are presented. These groupings have features that are expected to make them ore useful to investigators than groupings previously available.

Keywords

Analysis,Chemical and process industries,Measurement error,Ordering


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