Here are slides created for a fast-paced 8-hour introductory workshop/short course on statistics and metrology. This material is at a BS level and can serve as a first look at the area. More complete material on the subject can be found on this site here, in Chapter 2 of the revision-in-progress of the Vardeman and Jobe statistical quality assurance book.
- Basic Concepts and Introduction to Probability Modeling of Measurement Error-StatMetrologyModule1
- Elementary Statistical Methods and Measurement: Simple One-Sample Methods-StatMetrologyModule2A Simple Two-Sample Methods-StatMetrologyModule2B
- Using Some Intermediate-Level Statistical Methods to Quantify the Importance of Contributing Sources of Variability in Measurements-StatMetrologyModule3
- The Analysis of Data from Standard Gauge R&R Studies-StatMetrologyModule4
- Simple Linear Regression and Calibration-StatMetrologyModule5
- R&R Concepts and Simple Analyses for Go/No-Go Calls on Individual Items-StatMetrologyModule6
- Accounting for Quantization/Digitalization Effects and “Off-Scale” Values in Measurement-StatMetrologyModule7
- Quantifying How Measurement Precision Affects One’s Ability to Detect Differences Between Measurands-StatMetrologyModule8
The materials on this site may be used without charge for non-commercial personal educational purposes. Any copies made of the materials must bear printed acknowledgment of their Analytics Iowa LLC source.