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A Primer on Regression Model Diagnostic Methods
Q. How good is my linear-regression model? A. Click HERE to download the article and read the full answer.
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How Analysis Provides Perspective on Results and Data
Q. When are two things statistically different? A. Click HERE to download the full article and read the answer.
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The Weibull distribution and allowing for failure.
Q. How do we use the Weibull distribution for our failure mode model, allowing for one or more failures? A. Click HERE to download the full article and read the answer.
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Q. How does knowledge of materials help us to understand an epidemic? A. Click HERE to download the full article and read the answer.
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Building on the concept of how a test plan works, we add to the mix the assumption of a Weibull statistical model for the underlying failure mode.
Q. How does a Weibull statistical model help in reliability test planning? A. Click HERE to download the full article and read the answer.
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Why ordinary linear regression should not be used to develop correlation between two test methods that claim to measure the same property.
Q. Can ordinary linear regression (such as the linear trend function in Excel) be used to develop correlation between two test methods that claim to measure the same property? A. Click here to download the full article and read the answer.
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Many industries require some kind of reliability demonstration testing for their products.
Q. What is reliability demonstration testing? A. Click HERE to download the full article and read the answer.
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Q. Does measurement system heterogeneity impact statistical analysis?  A. Click HERE to download the full article and read the answer.
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Of Elephants, Measurements, and Statistical Tools
Q. What are the general considerations before collecting data? A. Click HERE to download the full article and read the answer.
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Q. Is it possible to calculate a 95% upper confidence bound for the proportion nonconforming in the uninspected remaining units in a lot of N units, from which we sample n of them and find x nonconforming? A. Click HERE to download the full article... more
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