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What can Statistical Process Control do for you?

SPC is a method of monitoring a process during its operation in order to control the quality of the products while they are being produced -- rather than relying on inspection to find problems after the fact.

It involves gathering information about the product, or the process itself, on a near real-time basis so that the operator can take action on the process. 

This is done in order to identify special causes of variation and other non-normal processing conditions, thus bringing the process under statistical control and reducing variation.

Process Improvement and Variation Reduction  
with Statistical Process Control

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and Individuals Advance Their Professional Knowledge --
with Online Course in Quality Improvement Methods

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