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  • #239840

    Naquin81
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    Thanks Rhb! I would love the MT file, my email is Stephen.naquin@wacker.com

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    #239805

    Naquin81
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    Thanks Robert, this is of great help!

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    #239797

    Naquin81
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    Sorry, you can’t upload MPJ. files to this forum? Data in excel below.

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    1. weight-data.xlsx
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    #239795

    Naquin81
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    Attached is the actual data for my question in a MPJ. I didn’t have my computer last night when i initially submit the question so i estimated what i remembered. If someone could show me how to analyze this in mini tab it would be greatly appreciated.

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    #239794

    Naquin81
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    Thanks for the feedback Robert. I think I understand the difference between the shifts. Shift 1 measures were done on during the day and the process was monitored by day shift staff. Night shift decided to do the measurements on their own prior to mgmt. being available to monitor. I believe the data from night shift is actually more realistic because they left a mess on the way to and from the scale due to the large scoops while day shift I believe intentionally was more modest with the scoop size to not leave the same mess. We are using a single loader and took tare weights with each operator before taking the 5 measurements back to back. I plan on standardizing the scooping process to reduce variation but just wanted to use some mini tab tools to graphically show this difference while I am analyzing the data.

    Which tools did you use? do you have a recommendation on how i should show this difference as well as the variation between operators and between each of their own scoops?

    Again Thanks for your time.

    Brandon

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