This file shows a template of Control Chart, which is a tool used to check if a manufacturing or business process is under statistical control. This template shows the control chart for mean and range. The mean indicates the average level of the variable while the range means the change trend of the variable. By presenting the mean and range of the variable in one chart, we can easily see the fluctuation of the variable, which can lead us to find how the process is working. Refer to the chart to set the proper variables as the vertical and horizontal ax, you will create a control chart meeting your requirements.
This file shows a template of Control Chart, which is a tool used to check if a manufacturing or business process is under statistical control. This template shows the control chart of imperfections in a book. In the chart, there are four curves in total, the mean value of the imperfections, the sample mean and the lower and upper control limit. From the chart, we can see the sample mean value fluctuates around the mean value but not beyond the lower and upper control limit, which means the quality of the book is meet the requirement. If the sample mean is beyond the control limit, the printing process may need a control, which is what a control chart is for.
Control Chart For Printing Books is a control chart. A Control Chart, also known as Shewhart chart or process-behavior charts, is a statistical tool used in quality control to analyze and understand process variables, determine process capabilities, and to monitor effects of the variables on the difference between target and actual performance.