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Leona Charles

Graphing for Six Sigma

published on August 5, 2013

In Six Sigma we are always collecting data, generally we are collecting data to address a current problem in our operations or services. The wonderful thing about Six Sigma is that we are also able to collect passive data. The …

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Six Sigma Tools: Normal Distribution

published on November 12, 2012

As we go over Six Sigma statistics, we have to talk about normal distribution. Before we get to that though we have to talk about why distribution is important to the way you interpret your data. In interpreting your data …

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Six Sigma Tools: Variation and All Its Glory

published on October 22, 2012

This is a micro blog this week, because next week we get into measures of variation which is a dry subject and will challenge my creative ability. As we continue our trek into statistics and how to interpret them, there …

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Six Sigma Tools: Scaled Data

published on October 8, 2012

Continuing on my mission to make Six Sigma something that anyone can understand, today I want to keep the statistics conversation going with the scaled data, scales of measurement and what they mean to your company. There are four scales of …

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Six Sigma Tools: Understanding Data

published on October 1, 2012

This blog is about Six Sigma data analysis. Because statistics are such a big part of the Six Sigma world, it makes sense that we talk about the data that is gathered and what it means. So here we go…. …

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