The Cause Combination report lets you fit and compare different failure time distributions (Fi(x)) for the various causes. Different distributions are available based on selections that you have made in the launch window. Negative and zero-failure times are not allowed.
Fits of cumulative failure distributions (Fi(x)) to each of the causes. The initial distribution is the one that you selected in the launch window. If you selected Individual Best, the best distribution is computed for each group and these fits are shown. (This selection can be time-intensive.) If you selected Manual Pick, the initial Distribution is Nonparametric for all groups and nonparametric fits are shown. A legend appears to the right of the plot.
The Aggregated cumulative failure distribution, F(x), represented by a black line. This function is computed based on the selected cause distribution. If a nonparametric distribution is specified for a cause, the aggregated cumulative failure distribution extends only as far as the final time observation for that cause.
Lists the available distributions for each cause. To change the distribution for a specific failure cause, select the distribution from the Distribution list. Click Update Model to show the new distribution fit on the plot. The Cause Summary report is also updated.

Help created on 9/19/2017