Control charts for variables, Operation Management

Control Charts for Variables 

Two complementary charts are commonly used for the statistical control of process variables. One controls the process mean by monitoring the means of samples. The other controls the process output variability by monitoring the ranges of samples. 

1. The sample mean chart

2. The sample range chart

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