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    Been racking my brain for most of the day yesterday trying to add some six sigma methology into averages in excel, allowing me to forecast due to seasonal weather

    Can anyone help, i have an example but i cam add to my current data / info


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    Bit of an unlikely confidence limit for weather forecasting isn't it?

    Doesn't the application of defects per million require a number of individual defects? Or are you calculating the defects of the averages?

    I'll happily have a look see at UKAS and WELMEC and post anything back on the uncertainty of measurement which is relevant to six sigma calculations.

    Out of interest, aren't the current long range forecasts quoted as something like within 25% confidence limits decreasing by a quarter every day?

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    EH? I don't understand a single thing about this post lol


    Sorry for the irrelevent post lol

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    EH? I don't understand a single thing about this post lol


    Sorry for the irrelevent post lol
    Something to do with the big bang theory or something lol

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    Or have a look at the NIST guidance on uncertainty...

    Six sigma methodolgy allows expression of data with 99.9973% confidence limits, which statistically is pretty awesome!

    Modern high accuracy calibration uses 95% confidence limits, perfectly acceptable even for massively large businesses such as multinational pharmaceutical companies. Its the type of stuff which leads on from that moment in school when you sit there in maths and think "What the hell am I going to need this for."
    Last edited by BoroDave74; 25th March 2010 at 20:19.

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    Quote Originally Posted by john.robertson2 View Post
    Something to do with the big bang theory or something lol
    And don't get me started on the Higgs boson!

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    na, NIST guidence should not be used as it is not recognised by the NIGM allowance.

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