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Statistical Quality Control: Recommended books

Discussion in 'SPC - Statistical Process Control' started by Clear, Dec 30, 2018.

  1. Clear

    Clear New Member

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    Hi;
    I trust you all had a peaceful Christmas with family and friends.
    I have a question regarding the title of this thread. In particular what kind of books would you recommend in the field for professionals?

    The needed books should have both theoretical and practical examples.

    Happy new year!

    Clear
     
  2. Jennifer Kirley

    Jennifer Kirley Moderator Staff Member

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    Good day Clear, welcome to QFO!

    Do you mean Statistical Process Control? (SPC)

    If so, my book "SPC Simplified" has many examples. They have an accompanying workbook too. To be clear, my copy is 10 years older so it shows its examples in handwritten form. That is outdated now that we have software, but I somehow find these old examples make the concepts easier to understand.
     
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    Atul Khandekar Administrator Staff Member

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    "Understanding Statistical Process Control" and other books and articles by Don Wheeler:
    http://www.spcpress.com


    "Statistical Quality Control" by Eugene Grant & Richard Leavenworth
     
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    Bev D Moderator Staff Member

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    The only other book you need is: “Innovative Control Charting” by Wise and Fair. It will help with non-homogenous processes and rational subgrouping.
    Start with Donald Wheeler’s articles to get a solid foundation. You won’t need any other books than listed here.
     
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