How do you determine that the signals you get in your analysis are from the system of interest? Is it possible that the signals are from faults within the measurement system itself?
This 1-day course provides an introduction to the studies of measurement systems analysis. Topics covered include determining the factors to study, conducting the study, and using graphical and numerical analysis to summarize the results.
Who Should Attend
Engineers, scientists, and technicians who are involved in evaluating metrology tools
Data Analysis and Statistics Using JMP Software for Engineers and Scientists course, or equivalent experience in statistics and JMP. Some basic knowledge of Design of Experiments would be helpful, but is not strictly necessary.
Expected Learning Outcomes
After completing this course, participants will be able to:
- Design and analyze a gauge study
- Explore linearity and bias
- Identify and correct problem areas involved in measurement
- Determine whether changes to the measurement system lead to improvement
- Conduct an MSA with fixed and random factors
- Conduct an MSA with crossed and nested data arrangements
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