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Eric Maass

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  • Buenos diaz, Carlos!ย  Welcome to iSixSigma – I hope you find lots of interesting information here and that you get a chance to exchange ideas with others on similar and diverging journeys!

    welcome 2 months, 3 weeks ago

  • Hi Techyanuj,

    Here is an isixsigma.com summary that you might find helpful:

    https://www.isixsigma.com/new-to-six-sigma/design-for-six-sigma-dfss/dmaic-versus-dmadv/

    Best regards,

    Eric

     

      2 months, 3 weeks ago

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  • Elena,

    I suggest you click on “terms” and get rid of at least one of the highest order interactions, like “ABC” .

    When you reduce the terms by taking a term out of the analysis, the degrees of freedom available for the error terms will increase and you should be able to see p values.

    Also, you might want to click on the graphs button and…[Read more]

  • Hi Joppie,
    The equation, r = +/- 1.96 sqrt(STDev), seems to use 1.96 for the 95% confidence interval that should include the mean measurement value. The term “repeatability” actually refers to the standard […] 7 years, 8 months ago

  • I skipped a step in sharing the search…
    Here is the reference that the anonymous comment said was in error:

    Schmidt, S.R. and R.G. Launsby, Understanding Industrial Designed Experiments, Air Academy Press, Colorado Springs, CO, 1997.

    You could also get that from…[Read more]

  • Hi Luis,

    Well, I checked out the articles from Quality Progress in 1997
    ( http://asq.org/qualityprogress/past-issues/index.html?fromYYYY=1997 ) and did not find the referenced article.

    So, continuing on as a nerdy Sherlock Holmes, I found this comment:

    QUALITY DIGEST | SAT, 06/05/2004
    Hi, I noticed that you reference Schmidt &…[Read more]

  • I’ve recently seen some good results combining Value Stream Mapping and Discrete Event Simulation using Simul8. 7 years, 8 months ago

  • Hello, Luis,

    I have never used that formula, preferring to use Excel’s built-in functions for cumulative normal distributions…but this is referred to as:
    Schmidt S. and Launsby, Quality Progress, 1997

    Best regards,
    Eric 7 years, 8 months ago

  • Cathy,

    There is no accrediting organization for six sigma / lean six sigma training providers.

    The relevant question might be: after you are certified, will your certification be accepted and will you be considered credible as a certified green belt or black belt or whatever.

    Now, I’m a certified Black Belt and Master Black Belt, from the…[Read more]

  • Valid,
    What are you trying to mistake-proof: the tendency to have missing information in the first place, prompting the follow up…or something in the follow up procedure?
    Best regards,
    Eric
    7 years, 9 months ago

  • Hi Roger,

    It sounds like you were given a set of individual cycle time measurements…and they want you to estimate the cycle time 80% of the time…Which is a rather vague request.
    If they wanted you to tell them a value that 80% of the cycle time values are less than, then you would want to sort the data, and find the value that 80% are…[Read more]

  • Hi Miguel,
    Can you clarify your request a bit?
    LSC and USC – I assume you mean Lower Specl Limit and Upper Spec Limit?
    Are you measuring yield for a continuous parameter? If so, what are the limits for that […] 8 years, 1 month ago

  • Thanks, John! You have an amazing breadth and depth of experience with developing great Excel add-ins and tools for Six Sigma and statistical efforts!

    Best regards,
    Eric 8 years, 2 months ago

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