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    Shantanu Arakere
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    Hi,
    I had a general query while doing an MSA… If my baseline data is continous in nature, should i always need to do a Gage R & R and not an Attribute R & R… the discrete data, in this case is the basis on which the continous data is created.

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    #57575

    Michael Mead
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    Yes. I recommend you use the variables method anytime you can. There are 2 real advantages; 1) you get more information with the variable method, it can be broken down into component areas; 2) the attribute method requires that you have product which will pass part of the time and fail part of the time. These are hard to find aren’t they?

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