Learn how to apply the “80/20 rule” where 20 percent of the total items account for 80 percent or more of the impact. Learn how to create and apply Pareto Charts using Minitab. Use Pareto Charts to evaluate data and understand where to focus limited time and resources for the biggest impact, for biggest “bang for the buck”.
- [Voiceover] In this movie, I will show you how to create…Pareto charts using Minitab.…Open up your exercise file 02-02.…What we have here is data regarding complaints…for a pizza chain of restaurants.…Column C1 through C2 are the complaint categories…and the number complaints for each category,…and the breakdown for each store is C3 through C7,…and C10 onwards are the same data but transposed.…So, for example, C10 has the locations,…and C11 has the crust complaints for each location.…
You want to analyze complaint data…gathered by your pizza stores in these five locations.…The first question that comes to mind is…What is the biggest complaint?…The second question might be…Which store location has the most number of complaints?…To answer these questions,…the best graphical tool to use is the Pareto chart.…Let's get started.…Go up to Stat, Quality Tools, Pareto Chart.…In the dialog, let's do Complaint Categories,…and the number of complaints will be the frequencies.…
Over here, you have a choice…between combining the last 5% or not.…
Dr. Richard Chua shows how to import and organize data; open, save, and share Minitab worksheets and projects; create graphs and charts; and use descriptive statistics and statistical tests in Minitab to make inferences and data-driven decisions. Then learn how to make inferences on continuous data—running normality tests, variance tests, correlations, and simple regression tests. Finally, discover how to share your findings with others using reports and simple copy-and-paste techniques. Start watching to learn why Minitab is one of the world's most popular statistical software tools.
- Determine how to utilize display graphs and charts including bar, Pareto charts, and scatterplots.
- Recognize how to compare variance and multiple means.
- Identify how to compare medians.
- Explore how to run a multiple regression test and examine the resulting data.
- Break down how to compare inferences on continuous data.
- Differentiate how to compare proportions.
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Data Visualization for Data Analystswith Bill Shander1h 31m Beginner
Operational Excellence Foundationswith Richard Chua1h 32m Appropriate for all
1. Minitab Overview
2. Display Graphs and Charts
3. Describe Data with Statistics
4. Inferences on Continuous Data
5. Inferences on Categorical Data
6. Save and Share Your Work
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