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  • #28974

    anon
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    Can anyone recommend any good books which cover logistic regression and attribute R&R, using Minitab if possible ?
    Thanks

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    #73032

    Mike Carnell
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    The idea of a “good book” and “Stats” is an oxymoron. There are several books that use Minitab mixed in with the text. The Minitab Handbook by Ryan & Joiner might be of some help. Ryan is Barbara Ryan and she owns Minitab.
    Good luck.

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    #73034

    Terry
    Member

    Search under the bookstore ( https://www.isixsigma.com/books/ ) for “minitab” (without quotes) and see the options that exist.

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    #73110

    aa
    Participant

    Try, “Implementing Six Sigma”  –  Smarter Solution Using Statistical Methods,
    by Forrest W and Breufogle III.
    John Wiley & Sons, ISBN 0-471-29659-7
     

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    #73133

    DrSeuss
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    Anon,
    The Minitab references others have mentioned are good sources.  For Attribute RnR you are out of luck.  Most attribute gage studies are custom design based on your specific situation.  These attribute studies differ for those with continuous data because you really cannot calculate the measurement error (sigma).  Hence attribute studies look for agreement/dissagreements yields relative to the total opportunities available for operators to agree or disagree.  Then the analysis calculates the z-scores or sigma levels or percentages of disagreement and this info is used to assess the attribute gage.  If the percentage is too high, then it will suggest areas for improvement (just like the continuous data model).  Remember, these percentages of disagreement are not the same thing as a continuous data measurement error.

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    #73136

    Ozarski
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    There most likely are not any books which have the Minitab Attribute Gage R&R functions since that functionality was just recently added.  The main reference for Attribute R&R  in Minitab is the AIAG Measurement Systems Analysis handbook. 

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