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Manufacturing

Sample
Number
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
S7
S8
S9
S10
S11
S12
S13
S14
S15
S16
S17
S18
S19
S20
S21
S22
S23
S24
S25

Nonconforming
Units
12
8
6
9
13
12
11
16
10
6
20
15
9
8
6
8
10
7
5
8
5
8
10
6
9

Sample
Size
Verified and Validated using Montgomery, Intro to SPC, 4th Ed., pgs. 299-300
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80
100
110
110
100
100
90
90
110
120
120
120
110
80
80
80
90
100
100
100
100
90
90

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Manufacturing

4th Ed., pgs. 299-300

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Oryx Data

Month/
Year
1/2004
2/2004
3/2004
4/2004
5/2004
6/2004
7/2004
8/2004
9/2004
10/2004
11/2004
12/2004
1/2005
2/2005
3/2005
4/2005
5/2005
6/2005
7/2005
8/2005
9/2005
10/2005
11/2005
12/2005

Number of
Denominator
Cases
40
39
40
41
40
40
39
39
40
42
41
40
38
39
37
39
38
38
38
38
38
38
40
38

Number of
Numerator
Cases
8
8
8
8
7
7
4
4
3
7
10
9
8
5
5
5
9
10
8
7
7
5
5
3

Observed
Rate
(XmR)
0.2
0.2051282
0.2
0.195122
0.175
0.175
0.1025641
0.1025641
0.075
0.1666667
0.2439024
0.225
0.2105263
0.1282051
0.1351351
0.1282051
0.2368421
0.2631579
0.2105263
0.1842105
0.1842105
0.1315789
0.125
0.0789474

Month/
Year
1/2004
2/2004
3/2004
4/2004
5/2004
6/2004
7/2004
8/2004
9/2004
10/2004
11/2004
12/2004
1/2005
2/2005
3/2005
4/2005
5/2005
6/2005
7/2005
8/2005
9/2005
10/2005
11/2005
12/2005

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Number of
Number of Observed
Denominator Numerator
Rate
Cases
Cases
(XmR)
46
9 0.1956522
34
11 0.3235294
64
15 0.234375
41
7 0.1707317
38
8 0.2105263
35
8 0.2285714
24
6
0.25
50
8
0.16
35
6 0.1714286
29
4 0.137931
40
6
0.15
43
8 0.1860465
37
8 0.2162162
48
1 0.0208333
41
9 0.2195122
40
8
0.2
1
0
0
28
6 0.2142857
48
6
0.125
63
10 0.1587302
66
18 0.2727273
61
13 0.2131148
66
13 0.1969697
67
14 0.2089552

Oryx Data

Month/
Year
1/2004
2/2004
3/2004
4/2004
5/2004
6/2004
7/2004
8/2004
9/2004
10/2004
11/2004
12/2004
1/2005
2/2005
3/2005
4/2005
5/2005
6/2005
7/2005
8/2005
9/2005
10/2005
11/2005
12/2005

Number of Number of Observed


Denominator Numerator
Rate
Cases
Cases
(XmR)
46
9 0.1956522
34
11 0.3235294
64
15 0.234375
41
7 0.1707317
38
8 0.2105263
35
8 0.2285714
24
6
0.25
50
8
0.16
35
6 0.1714286
29
4 0.137931
40
6
0.15
43
8 0.1860465
37
8 0.2162162
48
1 0.0208333
41
9 0.2195122
40
8
0.2
1
0
0
28
6 0.2142857
48
6
0.125
63
10 0.1587302
66
18 0.2727273
61
13 0.2131148
66
13 0.1969697
67
14 0.2089552

Month/
Year
1/2004
2/2004
3/2004
4/2004
5/2004
6/2004
7/2004
8/2004
9/2004
10/2004
11/2004
12/2004
1/2005
2/2005
3/2005
4/2005
5/2005
6/2005
7/2005
8/2005
9/2005
10/2005
11/2005
12/2005

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Number of
Denominator
Cases
56832
58272
60600
59088
60024
54840
59688
59280
55440
48120
43464
49896
56280
47664
48072
51816
57768
55200
60912
56184
54408
59304
54240
57480

Number of
Numerator
Cases
8
18
19
16
6
4
11
12
0
0
1
4
3
0
3
8
3
6
11
9
6
6
0
0

Observed
Rate
(XmR)
0.0001408
0.0003089
0.0003135
0.0002708
1.00E-004
7.29E-005
0.0001843
0.0002024
0
0
2.30E-005
8.02E-005
5.33E-005
0
6.24E-005
0.0001544
5.19E-005
0.0001087
0.0001806
0.0001602
0.0001103
0.0001012
0
0

2004
2004
2004
2004
2004
2004
2004
2004
2004
2004
2004
2004
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005

89424
81672
77688
82728
75744
66480
68280
72744
78720
78768
77880
80808
79968
70032
72744
60144
78504
83976
88056
85320
83640
93216
91944
90096

Numerator

Run of 8 pts

Denominator

Oryx Data

49
69
68
96
32
56
47
59
77
38
26
47
29
56
34
22
13
27
13
15
8
32
67
18

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Healthcare

Patient
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
July
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
July
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
July
Aug
Sep
Oct

Transfers
8
6
4
5
3
5
0
6
1
7
0
4
4
6
9
13
15
6
10
5
14
10
10
9
12
9
16
12
14
19
12
14
12

Total
1737
3467
3176
3362
3164
3419
3333
3334
3290
3132
3394
3415
3139
3381
3172
3443
3219
3505
3645
3308
3304
3019
2822
3360
2997
3175
3120
3227
3229
3381
3331
3233
3180

Month
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb
Mar

C-Sections
65
64
77
59
64
74
72
67
59
65
60
68
62
48
57
64
66
55
51
82
65
69
62
66
59
47
59

Total
Deliverie
s
370
383
446
454
463
431
443
451
433
407
381
406
374
355
393
417
434
421
417
444
429
411
386
357
373
370
415

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Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan 2003
Feb

0
1
0
0
1
1
0
1

Number
of
Discharge
Patients
During
Period
29
32
28
29
21
29
31
36

Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec

0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0

35
27
32
25
31
32
29
30
32
28

Total Pts
that
develop
Bed
Sores

Healthcare

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Healthcare

Positive
(Yes)
answers
Total
purpose of Response
Medications s
Jan 2002
7
10
Feb
6
7
Mar
6
7
Apr
2
3
May
4
6
Jun
3
3
Jul
10
12
Aug
7
14
Sep
Oct
Nov
nd
Dec
Jan 2003
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec

9
4

9
5
nd

7
16
17
16
11
16
15
13
13
14
8
13
11

7
18
20
23
13
18
15
14
15
20
11
16
11

Number of
Pts
successfully
weaned from
Mechanical
Ventilation
Jul
4
Aug
4
Sep
2
Oct
0
Nov
4
Dec
5
Jan 2003
2
Feb
4
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec

2
2
1
1
2
3
4
2
1
2

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Total
number of
Vent
patients
4
6
2
3
7
7
2
7
3
6
2
2
4
3
4
4
1
3

Hand
Hygiene
Met
Period
Criteria
58
Jan 2006
Feb
93
Mar
77
Apr
74
May
61
Jun
68
Jul
49
Aug
48
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec

114
84
74
103

Healthcare

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Healthcare

Hand
Hygiene
Opportu
nities
172
165
125
129
132
177
120
132
179
129
114
137

Month C-Sec
Births
Jan-95
47
257
Feb
48
265
Mar
50
298
Apr
50
294
May
62
351
Jun
47
245
Jul
54
336
Aug
55
281
Sept
62
294
Oct
49
285
Nov
46
269
Dec
51
247
Jan-96
60
285
Feb
40
258
Mar
43
280
Apr
44
293
May
57
346
Jun
38
304
Jul
56
346
Aug
47
311
Sept
44
276
Oct
46
283
Nov
44
267
Dec
39
265
Jan-97
50
292
Feb
46
373
Mar
45
269
Apr
48
285
May
39
300
Jun
50
289
Jul
31
282
Aug
47
275
Sept
42
299
Oct
49
286
Nov
38
244
Dec
39
249
Jan-98
38
237

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Radiology Exams
5/1-11
1
398
5/12-31
8
496
6/1-9
0
543
6/10-23
6
580
6/24-7/11
2
662
7/12-8/2
8
787
8/3-19
0
803
8/20-9/12
1
871
9/13-22
9/23-10/19
10/20-11/2
11/3-30
12/1-13
12/14-1/11
1/12-3/1
3/2-4/27
4/28-6/19
6/20-7/31
8/1-8/20
8/21-9/10
9/11-10/24
10/25-11/2
11/21-2/11

4
6
3
0
1
0
9
6
18
11
1
0
8
10
7

917
1037
1078
1221
1255
1330
1609
1901
2187
2401
2492
2518
2735
2861
3186

Healthcare

Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sept
Oct
Nov
Dec

32
37
40
41
40
42
34
42
37
32
40

224
260
277
296
272
267
288
241
268
232
231

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Project Defects
17
1
9
2
30
3
21
4
46
5
54
6
44
7
34
8
36
9
33
10
79
11
8
12
34
13
74
14
79
15
62
16
65
17
77
18
16
19
18
20
31
21
59
22
65
23
103
24
68
25
22
26
10
27
35
28
32
29

Lines of
Code
Defects/ Defects/M
(LOC)
KLOC
LOC
4658
3.6
3649.6
1964
4.6
4582.5
6352
4.7
4722.9
3479
6.0
6036.2
10038
4.6
4582.6
14919
3.6
3619.5
5762
7.6
7636.2
4353
7.8
7810.7
6482
5.6
5553.8
5743
5.7
5746.1
11393
6.9
6934.1
1535
5.2
5211.7
4487
7.6
7577.4
10300
7.2
7184.5
17361
4.6
4550.4
16999
3.6
3647.3
7894
8.2
8234.1
8003
9.6
9621.4
2593
6.2
6170.5
4602
3.9
3911.3
5731
5.4
5409.2
9031
6.5
6533.1
13411
4.8
4846.8
23688
4.3
4348.2
15795
4.3
4305.2
5586
3.9
3938.4
2543
3.9
3932.4
7722
4.5
4532.5
8082
4.0
3959.4

Proportion of Orders Shipped by Premium Freight


Building Continual Improvement - Donald J Wheeler

Date
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

Orders
Shipped
Premium n
27 102
31 146
70 280
54 207
69 322
101 410
28
99
37 143
47 235
46 185
70 271
105 469
19 101
33 140
68 282
44 207
74 257
124 511
21
94
32 139
65 229
46 170
75 290
117 407

Proportion
0.26
0.21
0.25
0.26
0.21
0.25
0.28
0.26
0.20
0.25
0.26
0.22
0.19
0.24
0.24
0.21
0.29
0.24
0.22
0.23
0.28
0.27
0.26
0.29

- Donald J Wheeler

Missing CCID ShipmentsQuality Toolbox (2nd), pg 182, ASQ Press, Tague


137
670
59
480
169
714
159
818
151
847
194
630
166
953
151
1179
114
1151
86
866
51
1056
70
992
85
451
71
1183
97
795
60
1121
82
1339
109
1335
51
736
77
792
61
1498
38
929
107
1483
98
937
68
1116
98
803
63
1202
100
1054

Date
8/11
8/12
8/15
8/16
8/17
8/18
8/19
8/20
8/22
8/23
8/24
8/25
8/26
8/29
8/30
9/2
9/6
9/7
9/8
9/9
9/10
9/12
9/13
9/14
9/15

Defective Sample
70
1524
53
1275
132
1821
91
1496
32
1213
55
1371
69
1248
67
1123
159
1517
94
1488
105
2052
37
1696
58
1427
75
1277
73
1613
145
1987
41
1360
50
1439
118
1723
169
2035
88
1314
24
215
77
1384
185
1995
36
467

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