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"SPC Book for beginners"



1999

Hey ya'll,

I'm looking for a good book on Statistical Process Control, preferably one for beginners. Any ideas? Appreciate any help you might offer.

Thanks

Kitt Daly
- Austin, Texas
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1999

When I was in the plating business back in the 80s, I used the series of 3 workbooks from Perry Johnson, Inc. (313) 356-4410, to teach SPC These workbooks are written in an easy to read style with self tests after every chapter. The examples sited are from manufacturing and the books are not heavy with complex math. If these books are still available I would recommend them.

Jovona McDowell
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2000

hello, I would like to ask for a syllabus for Basic SPC or something like SPC for Beginners...which topics to be discussed... thak you. Oscar

Oscar dela Cruz III
- Philippines
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