March 2014 Issue
This simplified version of Bayes’ theorem helps you better understand conditional probabilities and consider alternative hypotheses.
by William Hooper
Boost problem-solving efforts by coupling cause and effect diagrams with check sheets to give you an immediate reference to previous results.
A quality professional diagnosed with a cancerous brain tumor turned to quality tools and his own quality experience to navigate through research and opinions, determine risk and choose the right treatment.
Learn what changes are on the horizon for ISO 9001 as the quality management system standard progresses through the revision and review process.
- Up Front
- Innovation Imperative
- Perspectives [Open Access]
- Quality in the First Person [Open Access]
- Career Corner [Open Access]
- Standards Outlook
- Statistics Roundtable
- Measure For Measure
- 3.4 Per Million
- Back to Basics [Open Access]
- Volviendo a los Fundamentos [Open Access]
- One Good Idea [Open Access]
Watch William Hooper, author of "Probing Probabilities," as he demonstrates how Bayes’ theorem works and how you can use the method in real-life problem-solving situations.
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