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Analysis and Control of Variation—The Enormous Initial Mistake | IVT

INTRODUCTION Right now, in a conference room, a group of chemists, biologists, and managers are pouring over data from a recent plant upset. A batch failed final test, and the investigation of the deviation is underway. The failed batch has been studied carefully for weeks, but no conclusive cause for the failed batch emerged. When data are compared with earlier batches, the outcomes are fuzzy and inconclusive. Nothing seems to stand out. There is no smoking gun. On the computer screens are several scattergrams. The correlation coefficients are weak–too weak. The variables involved should correlate...

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