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WinSPC Reporting and Analysis
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Topics related to the setup and usage of the report and analysis tools in WinSPC, such as 'DataSets', 'Report Templates', and the 'Variable Analyzer'
- How do I set a default Chart Scheme for the Variable Analyzer, Attribute Analyzer, Dashboards and Reports for a User or User Group?
Introduction: The charting component of WinSPC's Variable Analyzer, Attribute Analyzer, Dashboards and Report Designer are highly configurable. The configurations concerning colors and visual elements are controlled by Chart Schemes*. If there is a particular chart configuration you like to ...
- How do I configure WinSPC to send external E-Mail?
We would recomend SMTP configuration for best results when using WinSPC with external E-Mail for the following features: *E-Mail Triggers for Control Test rule violations in Data Collection mode *E-Mail Notifications for failures to collect data using Timed Data Collection *E-Mail PDF reports ...
- How can I print or preview a report in WinSPC?
There are many different ways in WinSPC 8.0 to print or preview the new reports books and report templates. Reports can be accessed from the right-click menu of most WinSPC administrator tree objects, including folders, parts, variables, collection plans, and datasets. The right click menu allo ...
- How do I import a Report Template or Data Set?
In WinSPC version 8.0 or later, report templates and datasets can be exported to copy them from one WinSPC system to another. This allows you to share your report templates and datasets with other WinSPC users, as well as download new report templates from DataNet Quality Systems for use in you ...
- Can I use a batch file to generate WinSPC reports?
You can use batch files in conjunction with Command Line Switches to generate a single report, or even multiple reports, one after the other. Please see the following knowledgebase article for information on Command Line Switches: http://knowledgebase.winspc.com/questions/48/
- How do I use default data filters in user setup (and what do they affect)?
Introduction You can configure Default Data Filters at the User and User Group levels in WinSPC to reduce steps within your WinSPC Users' workflows. These default Data Filters affect: Opening VA (no prompts) Previewing/Printing a report (with prompts) Exporting data from the Right-click menu ...
- What is RAVE?
RAVE (Report Authoring Visual Environment) is WinSPC's visual report building tool that can be used to create new report templates or modify existing ones. RAVE allows the creation of banded reports, similar to other reporting tools such as Crystal Reports. To access the visual report builder f ...
- What is the difference between 'Control Limits', 'Calculated Control Limits' and 'Historical Control Limits'?
Introduction: The chart component within Variable Analyzer and Report Templates allow for many different visualizations of your data, most of which can be customized via Chart Color Schemes. From within the properties of the Chart Color Schemes you can make visible 'Control Limits' and/or 'Histo ...
- What do the different colors in Control Charts and Plant Monitor mean?
Within WinSPC's Plant Monitor, Data Collection and Reports, items such as the data collection Ribbon, Plant Monitor cells, and plotted subgroups on Control Charts, often change color. What do these colors mean? If a characteristic’s subgroup contain Subgroup Level Control Test violations, ...
- What are data filtering options and how can I use them?
There may be times when you would like to see your data for specific set of conditions. This is done by using the “Edit data filtering option” within any Query or Data Set. To bring up the Data Filtering Options, click on the funnel icon labeled “Edit data filtering opt ...
- How can I change the X-axis scaling on a histogram chart?
Starting in WinSPC 8.3.4, users are now able to customize the X-axis scaling for histograms in the Variable Analyzer or Report Templates. These chart properties are also a part of the chart's Color Schemes and can be configured in the Color Scheme Setup (accessed from within the WinSPC Administ ...
- How do I read the Goodness of Fit tab in the Variable Analyzer?
New with the release of Version 8.2, the Goodness of Fit tab compares a variable’s data distribution with industry-standard, theoretical distributions. The information in this tab is sensitive to values entered in the Calculation Settings panel. The Goodness of Fit tab consists ...