Seven QC tools

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Basics of 7 QC tools

Learn seven basic quality control tools, which can assist an organization in problem-solving and process improvements.

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Learn seven basic quality tools, which can assist an organization in problem-solving and process improvements.

These seven basic quality tools, which can assist an organization in problem-solving and process improvements. Learn this awesome skill Here

The content of this course is following

1. Check Sheets

2. Histogram

3.Pareto Analysis

4.Fishbone Diagram

5. Scatter Diagram

6.Flowcharts

7. Control Charts

Lessons

Review of Check sheets

Author: GaugeHow Team

Check sheets are tools for collecting data. They are designed specifically to the type of data to be collected. Check sheets aid in the systematic collection of data. Some examples…

Review of Histogram

Author: GaugeHow Team

Histograms or Frequency Distribution Diagrams are bar charts showing the distribution pattern of observations grouped inconvenient class intervals and arranged in order of magnitude. Histograms are useful in studying patterns…

Review of Pareto Analysis

Author: GaugeHow Team

Pareto Diagram is a tool that arranges items in the order of the magnitude of their contribution, thereby identifying a few items exerting maximum influence. This tool is used in…

Review of Fishbone Diagram

Author: GaugeHow Team

A Cause-and-Effect Diagram(Fishbone diagram) is a tool that shows the systematic relationship between a result or a symptom or an effect and its possible causes. It is an effective tool…

Review of Scatter diagram

Author: GaugeHow Team

When solving a problem or analysing a situation one needs to know the relationship between two variables. A relationship may or may not exist between two variables. If a relationship…

Review of Flow chart

Author: GaugeHow Team

A flowchart is a type of diagram that represents a workflow or process. A flowchart can also be defined as a diagrammatic representation of an algorithm, a step-by-step approach to…

Review of Control chart

Author: GaugeHow Team

Control charts was developed by Dr Walter A. Shewhart during the 1920s while he was with Bell Telephone Laboratories. These charts separate assignable causes. Control chart makes possible the diagnosis…