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Scientists, Product and Process Engineers, Quality Engineers, Manufacturing Personnel, Personnel involved in product development and validation, Project/Program Managers

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This course will cover Basic Statistics and Graphical Methods used to summarize data. You will learn how to apply Hypothesis Testing methods to determine whether groups are statistically equivalent or not with respect to key process characteristics such as process averages and variability. (see full course description)

 

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Training Course Syllabus:


Statistical Methods for Product and Process Development

Course "Statistical Methods for Product and Process Development" has been pre-approved by RAPS as eligible for up to 12 credits towards a participant's RAC recertification upon full completion.

Overview:


This course is designed to help scientists and engineers apply statistical methods used assist decision making in process and product development. Variability must be considered when utilizing data to arrive at conclusions.

This course will cover Basic Statistics and Graphical Methods used to summarize data. You will learn how to apply Hypothesis Testing methods to determine whether groups are statistically equivalent or not with respect to key process characteristics such as process averages and variability.

The use of confidence intervals when estimating key parameters will be covered. When planning studies, sample size determination is critical to ensure that study results will be meaningful. Methods to determine appropriate sample sizes for various types of problems will be covered.

Finally, an introduction to Design of Experiments (DOE) is provided. DOE is an extremely efficient method to understand which variables (and interactions) affect key outcomes and allows the development of mathematical models used to optimize process and product performance. The concepts behind DOE are covered along with some effective types of screening experiments. Case studies will also be presented to illustrate the use of the methods.

This highly interactive course will allow participants the opportunity to practice applying statistical methods with various data sets. The objective is to provide participants with the key tools and knowledge to be able to apply the methods effectively in their process and product development efforts.

Why should you attend?

Effectively summarize data and communicate results with basic statistics and graphical techniques
Apply Hypothesis Testing to test whether two or more groups of data are statistically equivalent or not.
Estimate key process parameters with associated confidence intervals to express estimate uncertainty
Determine appropriate sample sizes for estimation and hypothesis testing
Understand key Design of Experiments concepts and methods
Apply experiments to determine cause and effect relationships and model process behavior

Agenda:

Day 1 Schedule:


Lecture 1: Basic Statistics & Distributions
Data Types
Populations & Samples
Central Tendency and Variation
Probability Distributions
The Normal Distribution
Lecture 2: Graphical Analysis
Boxplots and Individual Value Plots
Histograms
Scatter Plots
Lecture 3: Hypothesis Testing Concepts
Test Statistics, Crit. Values, p-values
One and Two Sided Tests
Type I and Type II Errors
Estimation and Confidence Intervals
Lecture 4: Hypothesis Tests for One and Two Groups
Testing Means (1 sample t ,2 sample t and paired t tests)
Testing Variances (Chi-Square, F test)
Lecture 5: Hypothesis Tests for one and Two Groups (cont'd)
Testing Proportions (overview)
Equivalence Tests
Lecture 6: Hypothesis Tests for Multiple (>2) Groups
Testing Means (ANOVA)
Multiple Comparisons
Testing Variances (Bartletts and Levenes Test)

Day 2 Schedule:

Lecture 1: Power & Sample Size
Type II Errors and Power
Factors affecting Power
Computing Sample Sizes
Power Curves
Lecture 2: Introduction to Experimental Design
What is DOE?
Definitions
Sequential Experimentation
When to use DOE
Common Pitfalls in DOE
DOE Guide to Experimentation
Lecture 3: Two Level Factorial Designs
Design Matrix and Calculation Matrix
Calculation of Main & Interaction Effects
Interpreting Effects
Fractional Factorials (Introduction)
Lecture 4: Identifying Significant Effects
Determining which effects are statistically significant
Analyzing Replicated and Non-replicated Designs
Lecture 5: Developing Mathematical Models
Developing First Order Models
Residuals/Model Validation
Optimizing Responses

Speaker:

Steven Wachs
Principal Statistician, Integral Concepts, Inc

Steven Wachs has 25 years of wide-ranging industry experience in both technical and management positions. Steve has worked as a statistician at Ford Motor Company where he has extensive experience in the development of statistical models, reliability analysis, designed experimentation, and statistical process control.
Steve is currently a Principal Statistician at Integral Concepts, Inc. where he assists manufacturers in the application of statistical methods to reduce variation and improve quality and productivity. He also possesses expertise in the application of reliability methods to achieve robust and reliable products as well as estimate and reduce warranty.

Education
M.A., Applied Statistics, University of Michigan, 2002
M.B.A, Katz Graduate School of Business, University of Pittsburgh, 1992
B.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan, 1986
 

Seminar Summary:

This course will cover Basic Statistics and Graphical Methods used to summarize data. You will learn how to apply Hypothesis Testing methods to determine whether groups are statistically equivalent or not with respect to key process characteristics such as process averages and variability. (see full course description)

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