Measles Charts: How They’re Used and What They Mean

Measles charts are a practical tool for collecting data that helps when analysing the location of failures in a product or process. By plotting the number of failures over time or by plotting the failures against another factor, it is possible to see trends and identify potential problem areas.

Measles charts are visual and a practical method of plotting the location, and frequency (density) of failures onto a symbolic drawing or picture of a product or process.

Measles charts help identify potential problem areas so that Measles can be eradicated. Measles charts are also a way of monitoring the progress of Measles eradication.

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