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Doing Monte Carlo Simulation in Minitab Statistical Software

Doing Monte Carlo simulations in Minitab Statistical Software is very easy. This article illustrates how to use Minitab for Monte Carlo simulations using both a known engineering formula and a DOE equation.

The T Chart in Minitab Statistical Software

This article provides background, use cases, and technical information about the implementation of the T chart in Minitab Statistical Software. Dr. Terry Ziemer, SIXSIGMA Intelligence, December 2011

Statistics and Belts: How Much? How Deep?

This article by Paul Sheehy, technical training specialist, Minitab. Inc., discusses the differences in how Six Sigma Green and Black Belts are taught statistics in different organizations, and identifies seven ways statistical software can help support quality professionals. Paul Sheehy, November 2011

The G Chart in Minitab Statistical Software

This article provides background, use cases, and technical information about the implementation of the G chart developed by James Benneyan in Minitab Statistical Software. Dr. Terry Ziemer, SIXSIGMA Intelligence, November 2011

On the Charts: A Conversation with David Laney

David Laney applied the teachings of Fisher, Deming, Wheeler, and others and ended up changing how we think about P charts and U charts. In the course of integrating these new features into Minitab, we spoke with Laney about his inspirations and about the P’ Charts and U’ Charts that bear his name. Greg Fox and Eston Martz, October 2011

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