# Combining Results

How to combine the results of two samples that are statistically alike when the original data is unavailable.... more

# Inspection Redundancy: Part 2

A further look at inspection redundancy considers inspections at different locations with different devices and personnel.... more

# Inspection Redundancy

What is the purpose of multiple or redundant inspections?... more

# Can a Moving Average of the Data Be Deceptive?

Sometimes I want to take a moving average of my data to reduce the noise I am seeing, but can I actually fool myself?... more

# Assessing Crack Detection Capability

What statistical procedure is used to determine the typical crack size that can be detected with a given probability?... more

# Easy Estimation of Measurement Uncertainty

How can we easily obtain an estimate of measurement uncertainty?... more

# Testing for Equivalence

What statistical procedures are used to demonstrate that two sets of test results are equivalent?... more

# Quantile Estimation

Q. Which method of quantile estimation should be used? ... more

# How Normal is Normal?

How can I determine if my data comes from a normal distribution?... more

# Statistical Prediction Intervals

What considerations are there with statistical prediction intervals when the underlying distribution is known to be based on attribute data?... more

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