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How to short list vital Xs from potenial Xs for regr

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    sharad
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    Hi
    After GRR, how to generate potenial Xs and screen it and find out vital Xs for regression
     
    regards
     
    sharad

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    #118779

    Whitehurst
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    You can do a brain storming and come up with the fishbone , 5 why analysis and do a control impact matrix and identify the x’s but try to do Pareto analysis before going to fishbone.

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    Whitehurst
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    You can do a brain storming and come up with the fishbone , 5 why analysis and do a control impact matrix and identify the x’s but try to do Pareto analysis before going to fishbone.

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    #118792

    Alok
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    Hi,
     

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    #118793

    Alok
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    I think you are missing the link between Measure and Improve phase, which is the Analyse phase. It is in the analyze phase that you will study the data collected, study the variation, draw a paretto ( using the 70 -30 rule) and then narrow down further using Fish Bone and other tools and finally you will use Control Impact Matrix to exclude factors that are not in your control…
    Hope this helps….

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    #118802

    Silent Listener
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    Blind leading the blind   over and over and over and over again.

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    #118803

    Paul Gibbons
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    Well what is your contribution then?
     
    As the old saying goes:- “Any fool can criticize, condemn, and complain – and most fools do”. (Dale Carnegie)
     
    I am sure you have something more positive to contribute, don’t you?
     
    Paul

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    #118804

    Grosvenor
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    It might be the same Silent Listener that I met at a Continuous Process Improvement in the Virtual Commercial Construction Industry conference a few months ago.  If it is, he had nothing germane to add and just sat there for the first hour or two with an insolent look on his face rolling his eyes whenever a presenter tried to make a point or explain a concept.  
     
    Several times he shook his head and sighed very loudly as though he had completely wasted his time attending the conference.   At last three other times he buried his face in his hands, shook his head and moaned.    He tapped and drummed his fingers on the tabletop and began vigorously shaking his head and humming loudly around the third hour of the presentation. 
     
    Soon after lunch he mounted a table right in front of the podium and began loudly squawking and flapping his arms and leaping around in an apparent imitation of a large bony pterodactyl.
     
    Security was called and it turned out he had inadvertently wandered into the wrong conference having intended to participate in the Men Who Relate Best to Pterodactyls conference down the hall in Sandy Loam Ballroom II.
     So, to make a long story short, Silent Listener, are you certain that you’ve wandered into the correct forum?   

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