Statistical Process Control (SPC) can help you improve and stabilize your process. SPC usefully separates common and special causes to assist your process analysis efforts, including problem investigation, out-of-control conditions and ongoing monitoring of stability.
But how do you determine when to use SPC? Where should you begin? And what are the best practices for using SPC?
In this webcast case study we see how an ethanol manufacturing plant successfully implemented SPC to limit batch-to-batch variance.
You’ll learn how to use the following graphs and methods for comparing groups, measuring results and communicating your findings to others:
- One-way analysis to compare groups.
- Histogram distributions.
- New data visualization techniques.
- SPC charts to track a process over time or batch.