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FREE STATISTICS MODULE

The INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS is the first module of the Primer in Statistics. After completing this module you will be able to use statistics to specify the accuracy and variation of a process. Other modules are:

:: Normal Distribution
:: Process Improvement
:: Representing Data
:: Range and Standard Deviation
:: Testing for Normality
>> Objectives and Contents Page
for the entire Primer in Statistics
   
When you have completed the Introduction to Statistics successfully, you will be ready to enroll in any of our courses:
:: Primer in Statistics (the complete Primer with all the remaining modules)
:: Statistical Process Control (SPC)
:: Design of Experiments (DOE)
:: Measurement Systems Analysis/
Gage R&R
:: Six Sigma Primer
 
We encourage you to use Excel spreadsheets to analyze the data. If you are not familiar with Excel you can learn the basics with:
>> FREE MiC Quality Excel Primer
   
PDF DOWNLOAD FREE Primer in Statistics Reference in PDF Format
This comprehensive reference is for the entire Primer in Statistics course.
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Sample Module
"Introduction to Statistics"



:: INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS CONTENTS
Mean
Understanding the Mean
Median
Mode
Salinity Exercise
Statistics and Parameters
Process Variation
Frequency Histograms

The Number of Bins

Histograms in Excel
Excel Chart
Histogram Exercise
Variance
Degrees of Freedom
Standard Deviation
Standard Deviation Exercise
Introduction to Statistics Exercises
   

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