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Publication date: 08/13/2020

Launch Windows for Specific Control Charts

The options you see in the launch windows will vary, depending on whether you are launching variable control charts or attribute control charts.

Launch Windows for Variable Control Charts

This section contains information about the launch windows for XBar, I/MR, Run Charts, Levey Jennings, I/MR on Means, and Three Way Control Charts.

Figure 3.5 Launch Window for Variable Control ChartsĀ 

For more information about the options in the Select Columns red triangle menu, see Column Filter Menu in Using JMP.

Y

Assigns the process variables.

Subgroup

(Available only for XBar, I/MR on Means, and Three Way Control Charts.) Assigns the subgroup variables. When a subgroup variable is assigned, each point on the control chart corresponds to a summary statistic for all of the points in the subgroup.

Phase

(Not available for Run Charts.) Assigns the phase variable. When a Phase variable is assigned, separate control limits are computed for each phase.

By

Identifies a variable to produce a separate analysis for each value that appears in the column.

Launch Windows for Attribute Control Charts

This section contains information about the launch windows for NP, P, C, and U Control Charts.

Figure 3.6 Launch Window for Attribute Control ChartsĀ 

For more information about the options in the Select Columns red triangle menu, see Column Filter Menu in Using JMP.

Y

Assigns the process variables.

Subgroup

Assigns the subgroup variables. When a subgroup variable is assigned, each point on the control chart corresponds to a summary statistic for all of the points in the subgroup.

n Trials

Assigns the subgroup sample size.

Phase

Assigns the phase variable. When a Phase variable is assigned, separate control limits are computed for each phase.

By

Identifies a variable to produce a separate analysis for each value that appears in the column.

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