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  • #49166

    Doel
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    Dear, Audience
    I want asking, how to used AQL with program minitab?
    please explain to me step by step
    Rgd
    Doel

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    #167590

    Mikel
    Member

    Minitab is a stats package not a Quality Assurance package. Learn to
    do OC curves and answer your own questions.

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    #167591

    Joe BB
    Participant

    Some people just can’t change.

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    #167596

    Mikel
    Member

    Joe honey,Do you know where to get AQL advice in Minitab?I can develop an OC curve with info from Minitab or Excel if I only
    knew how to do an OC curve.It’s good advice.

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    #167616

    Joe BB
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    There is no AQL in Minitab. Control Charts are more often used and more effective than AQL. AQL is not the best tool to ensure that good quality products are delivered to customers.This what you should have told him!

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    #167621

    DaveS
    Participant

    Joe,
    Actually, MINITAB has added an acceptanxce sampling module in Ver 15. I don’t have it yet. The OC curves are now available.
    http://www.minitab.com/products/minitab/whatsnew.aspx#10
    Agree that there are better methods than acceptance sampling, but in some industries it is all the customer understands.

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    #167627

    Mikel
    Member

    I answered the question asked but did not know about stat>quality
    tools>acceptance sampling by attributes that is in version 15. quality
    tools>acceptance sampling by attributes that is in version 15. quality
    tools>acceptance sampling by attributes that is in version 15. acceptance sampling by attributes that is in version 15. acceptance sampling by attributes that is in version 15. To use properly, you have to understand OC Curves, AQL, and
    AOQL.

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    #167635

    Mike Carnell
    Participant

    Stan,
    At least help him out as much as you did me. Grant and Levinworth in the last half of the book (my version is really old so it may have changed).
    Regards

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    #167643

    Joe BB
    Participant

    Bravo Stan!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!This is a good answer. See you are learning.Joe

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