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WinSPC Basics: Getting Started
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This area is for new users to learn the basics about the WinSPC software
- What is the proper procedure for archiving data in older versions of WinSPC?
Data can be archived from the WinSPC database. Some possible uses are to keep historical records; to keep data in an organized manageable format; reduce the overall size; or to improve database performance. Regardless of the reason, this procedure details the method for archiving data in WinS ...
- Is there a way to display multiple charts on one screen ?
Yes. In fact, there is an easy-to-use tab in WinSPC devoted entirely to chart layouts. There are eight available chart layouts in WinSPC, seven of which include multiple charts on one screen. Each attribute and variable in a Collection Plan can use a different one of these layouts if desired. T ...
- How can I see statistics other than Cpk and Ppk on the Status Bar in Data Collection?
By default, WinSPC will show two statistics in the Status Bar at the bottom of the Data Collection window: Cpk and Ppk. The user, however, can configure the statistics displayed by right-clicking the status bar and choosing "Properties". This will display the "Statistic Bar Setup" window which ...
- How can I quickly search or find an item in WinSPC?
Introduced in WinSPC 8.3.3, you can use the WinSPC "Search" functionality to easily find a WinSPC object that you are looking for based on its name. The search functionality can be accessed from within the WinSPC Administrator window, the WinSPC Navigator window, or the WinSPC Data Collection w ...
- What is the WinSPC Application Server?
The WinSPC application server, introduced in WinSPC 8.3.0, is a server-side component to the WinSPC system. It is a service that will speed up the rate at which WinSPC's analysis and reporting tools process data. Specifically, the application server will increase the performance of the followi ...
- Customize your WinSPC launch using command line switches
Command-line switches may be used to launch WinSPC or when accessing WinSPC via OLE Automation. These commands allow you to program a station to open WinSPC showing a specific window, in a certain mode, limited to a specific user and/or password, and more. To use a command-line switch: Left cl ...
- How do I change a user password in WinSPC?
This procedure is mainly used when a user cannot remember their password and needs a new one created. The administrators account cannot determine what a user’s password was, but can change it to a new password. User who knows their password would not need to have an administrator change ...
- How can I determine the maximum or minimum value in a set of variables?
There are many scenarios in which it is helpful to know which variable in a set of variables contains the largest value. Similarly, there are many scenarios in which it is helpful to know which variable in a set of variables contains the smallest value. These scenarios can all be addressed by u ...
- What are Reasonable Limits and how are they used in WinSPC?
Introduction In addition to standard SPC limits such as Specifications Limits/Engineering Limits and Control Limit, WinSPC includes a set of limits that serves a different purpose. Reasonable Limits offer remedies to a variety of scenarios that are occasionally problematic -- in particular, two ...
- Can WinSPC automatically prompt a device for data on a timed basis?
Introduction Is it possible to automate data collection by having WinSPC be set to prompt a device. Procedure Set up the Device as you normally would. Set up a Collection Plan step to use the device. With that Collection Plan step selected, click the "Timed Data Collections" tab. On this t ...
- Getting Started with WinSPC 8.0 Video Series
This is a list of the videos relating to the new features in the WinSPC 8.0 release: "Getting Started with WinSPC 8.0" series: Using Individual Note, Assignable Cause, and Corrective Action Lists Using Control Test Template Links Using the Variable Analyzer Using Report Templates Using Report B ...
- How do I edit data after it is collected?
Introduction You may want to edit a sample or subgroup of data in WinSPC after that data has already been collected. Assuming you use a login with sufficient permission to do so, you can edit data for previously collected data. How to Edit Previously Collected Data To edit data, you need acce ...
- If database connectivity becomes severed, can I still collect data in WinSPC?
Yes. If connectivity to your database is lost, WinSPC has a setting which allows users to log into a station in an Offline mode and continue to collect data. This is a valuable feature to use if your server goes down. This functionality is provided so that data collection activities can continu ...
- How can I customize a trigger e-mail notification?
Not only can you have an e-mail automatically sent to whomever you want when a trigger fires, you can customize the content of the e-mail so that it contains all the relevant information. In the Administrator window of WinSPC, double-click the Collection Plan containing the Collection Plan ste ...
- How to choose the right edition of Microsoft SQL Server to use with WinSPC
Many customers that choose to deploy WinSPC using Microsoft SQL Server 2000 or above frequently ask us to recommend a specific edition of the software. DataNet certifies WinSPC on Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Standard Edition. Additionally, the Standard Edition is used throughout the DataNet custo ...
- Enhanced WinSPC security options ensure validity of collected data and uphold FDA 21 CFR Part 11 reg
Since Version 7.1 WinSPC has offered users a variety of password and audit trail settings to meet even the most stringent procedural requirements. Below are examples of controls in WinSPC to ensure system and data integrity. Password and audit trail security options defined: WinSPC centralizes ...