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Process Capability Assessment for Normal and Non-Normal Data


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Watch RECORDED Session  for Just $59


Training Duration: 75 Minutes

Accessible On: Any media device

Recorded On: Oct 16 ,2019

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This webinar discusses methods for estimating process capability for both normal and non-normal data.  Pre-requisites for estimating process capability (e.g. establishing process stability) are discussed first.  Distributions are briefly described, and methods for estimating ppm levels are presented.  The use and limitations of common process capability indices (e.g., Cpk and Ppk) are discussed.  It is vital that appropriate methods are used for estimating capability when the data is not well described by a normal distribution.  Failure to do so often results in overly optimistic process capability estimates.  Methods for testing for normality are discussed.  Both transformations and distribution fitting are presented as methods to assess capability for non-normal data.  The webinar includes several examples to illustrate the methods.


Session highlights:

This program will cover the following topics:

  • The Concepts of Process Stability and Process Capability
  • Methods for Assessing Process Capability
  • Estimating PPM
  • Calculating and Interpreting Capability Indices (Cp, Cpk, Pp, Ppk)
  • Shortcomings of Capability Indices
  • Other Process Capability metrics
  • Testing for Normality
  • Methods for handling Non-Normal Data (Distribution fitting, transforming data)
  • Improving Process Capability


Why you should attend:

The webinar will provide methods for assessing and understanding Process Capability.  Participants should be able to immediately apply the methods presented in order to:

  • Understand pre-requisites for assessing process capability
  • Apply methods for estimating capability for both normal and non-normal data
  • Test data for normality
  • Understand and interpret process capability indices
  • Learn what capability indices fail to convey about a process
  • Utilize a roadmap for Assessing Process Stability and Capability


Who should attend:

The target audience includes personnel involved in product/process development and manufacturing

  • Quality Personnel
  • Manufacturing Personnel
  • Operations / Production Managers
  • Production Supervisors
  • Supplier Quality personnel
  • Quality Engineering
  • Quality Assurance Managers, Engineers
  • Process or Manufacturing Engineers or Managers


**In this Recorded Session, you can listen to Q&A which includes direct answers from our expert speaker.

*Instruction kit to access the session will be emailed within 6 hours.


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