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To Randomize or Not to Randomize, That Is the Question

Mini Paper Taken from Winter 1998 Newsletter

by Hwan, Marilyn;

This Mini Paper demonstrates why when randomization is used there is still a substantial chance that a main effect or two-factor interaction will be confounded with a lurking variable...

  • Filetype: pdf
  • Publish date: 1998-01
  • Keywords:Randomization
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How Do World Class Organizations Use Statistics? ( A Study of Best Practices)

Mini Paper Taken from the Winter 1995 Newsletter

by Parr, William C.;

This paper outlines the dimensions of an ideal implementation of statistical methods for improving organizational performance...

  • Filetype: pdf
  • Publish date: 1995-12
  • Keywords:Statistical process control, Statistical thinking
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Youden Address: Enhancing the Bottom-Line Impact of Statistical Methods

In Vol. 15, No.2 Winter 1995 Statistics Division Newsletter

by Hoerl, Roger;

This Youden address seeks to stimulate changes within the statistics community that will lead statistical methods to reach their full potential bottom-line impact...

  • Filetype: pdf
  • Publish date: 1995-01
  • Keywords:Statistical process control, Robust design, Inventory, Managerial systems, Scientific method, Bayesian, Statistical thinking, Systems thinking, Response surface methodology, Interactions, Control charts
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Statistical Intervals for Quality Assurance: The Realities!

Mini Paper Taken from the Summer 1994 Newsletter

by ASQ Statistics Division

Interval estimates, which quantify uncertainty, provide important tools for continuous quality improvement. They are also subject to certain assumptions, particularly that of representative sampling...

  • Filetype: pdf
  • Publish date: 1994-06
  • Keywords:Confidence intervals, Tolerance intervals, Prediction intervals, Standard deviation, Enumerative study, Analytic study, Random sampling, Convenience sampling, Judgment sampling, Representative sampling
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A Holistic Approach to the Design of Experiments – Part 2

Mini Paper Taken from the Summer 1993 Newsletter

by Marilyn Hwan

Part II of this paper gives an application of the design of experiments methodology described in part I...

  • Filetype: pdf
  • Publish date: 1993-09
  • Keywords:Designed experiments, Box-Behnken response surface method (RSM) design
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A Holistic Approach to the Design of Experiments – Part 1

Mini Paper Taken from the Spring 1993 Newsletter

by Hwan, Marilyn;

Part I of this paper introduces the design of experiments for the development and improvement of products and processes in a holistic manner...

  • Filetype: pdf
  • Publish date: 1993-03
  • Keywords:Full factorial, Gage repeatability and reproducibility studies (Gage R&R, Gauge R&R)
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Some Aspects of Regression Methods Applied to Experimental Design Data

Mini Paper Taken from the Winter 1993 Newsletter

by Ryan, Thomas P.;

This paper demonstrates how we may use a regression-type approach to determine properties of experimental designs...

  • Filetype: pdf
  • Publish date: 1993-01
  • Keywords:Regression, Interactions, Main effect
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The Man and His Methodology

1993 Youden Address

by Cornell, John A.;

This Youden Address pays tribute to Jack Youden by summarizing his enormous advancements in experimental design and statistical analysis...

  • Filetype: pdf
  • Publish date: 1993-01
  • Keywords:Youden Address, One-factor-at-a-time, Two-factor-at-a-time, Replication, Youden squares, Linked block designs, Chain block designs, Partially replicated Latin Squares, Calibration designs, Constrained randomization sequences,
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Design, Marketing and Quality Management: Parts of a Whole

Youden Address Appearing in Winter 1992 Newsletter

by Lawton, William;

The successful integration of Quality Management, the marketing function, and en!..

  • Filetype: pdf
  • Publish date: 1992-01
  • Keywords:Preference Models, Conjoint Analysis, Analysis of Variance (ANOVA), Utility Curve, Fractional factorial
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Cause and Effect Diagram

Basic Tools Taken from the Winter 1992 Newsletter

by Propst, Annabeth;

This article explains how to construct and fully utilize cause and effect diagrams, and it gives an overview of some useful variations of these diagrams...

  • Filetype: pdf
  • Publish date: 1992-01
  • Keywords:Cause-and-effect diagram, affinity diagrams

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