The left column called. Auth with social network: Example of Scatter Diagram Positive strong correlation.
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Decide on the method for stratification 4. The left column called.
There are numerous types of graphs as listed are commonly use; a. Collect and count the number of data 2. Example of Cause and Effect Diagram. Decide also the period for which the data is to be collected. Statistics graph Data recorded in surveys are displayed by a statistical graph.
We think you have liked this presentation. To understand all effects and causes 3. Positive strong correlation 2. Graphic representations in statistics part II. Complete the diagram with titles and units toolw reference.
Draw horizontal and vertical axes on graph paper. To recognize important causes 2. To figure out, what to do?
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This tool is a picture of lines and symbols designed to represent the relationship between the effects as problems and the causes influencing them. Graph toops a picture of a relationship -how two processes relate -what happens when two events.
Grasp the effect 9. Arrange the data in order of decreasing size.
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State the problem as precisely as possible and draw the back bone. Calculate mid value of each class half of the measurement unit 7.
Example of Pareto diagram. It is a useful tool to study the dispersion of data and analyze certain quality characteristic of the product or service to which the data in histogram refers. Example of Scatter Diagram Positive strong correlation. Negative moderate correlation 5. Negative strong correlation 3.
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A cumulative percentage line helps you judge the added contribution of each category. Check to see whether any causes have been left.