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Visualizing Process Behavior
Weiss, Elliott N.; Tucker, Chad Technical Note OM-1541 / Published January 6, 2016 / 6 pages.
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Process behavior charts—also called control charts or Shewhart charts after their creator—provide a means to interpret data as they are generated. While many statistical methods and graphs are useful only for post hoc analysis, control charts provide a visual and statistically sound basis for identifying issues in a process as they arise, ideally allowing prevention of failures before they occur.

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    Process behavior charts—also called control charts or Shewhart charts after their creator—provide a means to interpret data as they are generated. While many statistical methods and graphs are useful only for post hoc analysis, control charts provide a visual and statistically sound basis for identifying issues in a process as they arise, ideally allowing prevention of failures before they occur.

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