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K S Alok Ranjan

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    K S Alok Ranjan
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    And I find @Darth ‘s formula simple and effective. Honestly, I use it. And about number of people going to each Brewer’s game for a season, @MBBinWI, I suppose until it can be counted, it is discreet.. you know, ‘number’ of people.. :-)

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    #192797

    K S Alok Ranjan
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    Glad to see so many suggestions. Let me paraphrase my original intent with an example. I wanted to ask,
    “Is it not correct to say, Data (for example 8 or 13) are never Continuous or Discreet, rather the units (for example 8 as in age of a student or 13 as in number of students in section) that define the data are.”
    @MBBinWI, @rbutler got it correct. @rbutler is close to what I wanted to say. He have given the term ‘variable’ to what I referred as ‘units’. And about the unit “degrees”, indeed it is discreet. About one of the reading is continuous, I am not sure!

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    #192756

    K S Alok Ranjan
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    Never been in manufacturing.. but will look at this post for more knowledge.. I came across a nice link in Wikipedia.. may be will help!

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Sampling_techniques

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    #192754

    K S Alok Ranjan
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    Hey buddy,

    I believe, if the KPI identification is not related to any specific six sigma project, then it should not be involved at all, running the risk of getting it complicated I think.

    There is a Mission and Vison of the org, always. That should drive the KPIs of employees from top down.

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