Standards and Statistics



Standards And Statistics

Is It One or Two Groups of Data?

How to Determine It
Q: When I look at my data it appears that instead of one group of data I see two. How can I determine statistically if there are one or two groups of... more
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Statistical Intervals: Nonparametric

Part 2
Q. What considerations are there with nonparametric statistical intervals when the underlying distribution varies? Click here to download the full... more
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Statistical Prediction intervals

Applying the Intervals to Attribute Data
Q. What considerations are there with statistical prediction intervals when the underlying distribution is known to be based on attribute data? Click... more
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How Normal Is Normal?

Using a Q-Q Plot
Q. How can I determine if my data comes from a normal distribution? Click here to download the full article... more
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Quantile Estimation

When More than the Mean and the Standard Deviation Are Needed
Q. Which method of quantile estimation should be used? Click here to download the full article... more
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Easy Estimation of Measurement Uncertainty

E2554 and Control Chart Techniques
Q. How can we easily obtain an estimate of measurement uncertainty? Click here to download the full article... more
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Assessing crack Detection capability

Statistical Models in Practice
Q. What statistical procedure is used to determine the typical crack size that can be detected with a given probability? Click here to download the... more
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Can a Moving Average of the Data Be Deceptive?

Taking a closer look at this approach to data sets.
Q. Sometimes I want to take a moving average of my data to reduce the noise I am seeing, but can I actually fool myself? Click here to download the... more
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Inspection Redundancy – Part 1

Why multiple or redundant inspections make sense.
Q. What is the purpose of multiple or redundant inspections? Click here to download the full article... more
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Combining Results

Two Samples and No Original Data
Q. How can I combine the results of two samples that are statistically alike based on hypothesis testing when the original data are now unavailable?... more
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