What is PPM (Parts per million) in Lean Six Sigma

Idea Summary: PPM (Parts Per Million)   PPM, or Parts per million, is a common metric used in Lean Six Sigma to measure and analyze […]

Sources of Measurement Error – Bias and Precision

Idea Summary: Bias and Precision   Measurement error is an important factor to consider in any type of research study, as it can significantly affect […]

What is a Priortisation Matrix

Idea Summary: Priortisation Matrix   A priortisation matrix is a powerful tool that can be used to quickly and effectively assign priority levels to tasks, […]

Using the Probability Plot | Probability Distribution Tool

Idea Summary: Probability Distribution   A probability plot is a powerful tool for data analysis that provides visual representation of the underlying probability distribution of […]

An Introduction to Process Capability

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What is Sigma in Six Sigma, and What Does It Mean for You?

What is Sigma in Six Sigma? 6σ Sigma is a statistical term that measures the standard deviation of a process. (σ) In Lean Six Sigma, […]

What are P-Values and How to Use Them in Six Sigma

P-values are a statistical measure that tells you whether the results of your experiment are significant enough to reject the null hypothesis. The null hypothesis […]

6 Sigma Control Charts

Statistical Process Control Charts   Control Charts are a key tool used in the Six Sigma methodology. They help you measure and track process performance, […]

A Beginner’s Guide to the Mood’s Median Test in Lean Six Sigma

The Mood’s Median test is a hypothesis test used to determine if there is a significant difference between two or more independent groups.  This test […]

How to Find Out the Minimum Sample Size for Lean Six Sigma

A lean six sigma initiative is only as good as the data that supports it. A minimum sample size of 30 to 50 is required […]

Multiple Regression: A Short Introduction from Leanscape

Multiple regression is a statistical technique that is used to predict the dependent variable based on one or more independent variables. In other words, it […]

How to Use Multi-Vari Charts for Better Decision Making

Have you ever found yourself struggling to choose between multiple options, whether it be what product to buy, which service to use, or even what […]

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