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Using RSS Feeds

At the iSixSigma Blogosphere you can subscribe to feeds that will deliver updates whenever one or all of our bloggers writes something new. These feeds use the RSS format which you can pick up with an RSS news reader. RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. It is an XML-based format for content distribution that is changing the way internet users gather information.

There are hundreds of RSS readers to choose from. I have used many readers and have found that I like Google Reader the best. It’s easy, it’s free and I can read my feeds from my personalized iGoogle page.

To subscribe to an RSS feed, simplyclick on the orange RSS button or XML icon next to your favorite blogger or category, copy the URL and past it into your reader. You can also subscribe to “all bloggers” by clicking the XML icon below. Now you’ll get an update when new blogs are posted. If you prefer email, you can subscribe to the newsletter for a weekly update.

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  1. galarza316

    Can anyone tell me the major differences between mutliple regression and deslgn of experiments. Aren’t both making predictions of future performance based on past performance. Aren’t both producing predictive equations?

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