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  1. What is the difference between specification limits and control limits?What is the difference between specification limits and control limits? [Article]
    This is a crucial distinction that is frequently confused. Basically, specification limits have to do with the voice of the customer while control li

  2. What is the difference between a Subgroup Level Control Test and a Sample Level Control Test?What is the difference between a Subgroup Level Control Test and a Sample Level ... [Article]
    Introduction WinSPC supports two different types of Control Tests: Subgroup Level Tests

  3. How can I exclude multiple subgroups of data at the same time?How can I exclude multiple subgroups of data at the same time? [Article]
    New to WinSPC version 8.2 is the ability to exclude a range of subgroups from calculations from within the Variable Analyzer window. Conversely

  4. What is the difference between a Data Set List Filter and a Data Set Data Filter?What is the difference between a Data Set List Filter and a Data Set Data Filter... [Article]
    What is the difference between List Filters and Data Filters in a Data Set? Beginning with the introduction of Data Sets in WinSP

  5. How do I activate my WinSPC licenses?How do I activate my WinSPC licenses? [Article]
    To activate your WinSPC licenses, you will need to do the following: Run WinSPC on any computer and login as the admin user. Select "Tools" > "

  6. How to create and configure a custom Subgroup Level Control Test to check for out of control Range values.How to create and configure a custom Subgroup Level Control Test to check for ou... [Article]
    While not standard SPC practice, you can check for out of control conditions for your process based on range values. This is done using a custom Subgroup Level Control Test checking against the Se

  7. Certificate of Analysis Report With Tag ValuesCertificate of Analysis Report With Tag Values [Article]
    ...eport will produce a Certificate of Analysis (COA) style report (similar to existing COA reports in WinSPC), but will also contain a list of tag names and unique tag values at the top of the repo

  8. What are the recommended operating systems and database servers for WinSPC?What are the recommended operating systems and database servers for WinSPC? [Article]
    The information below represents a list of recommended operating systems and database servers for WinSPC 9.0. Other versions of WinSPC may have different recommended platforms and you will want to re...

  9. How do I configure WinSPC to prompt the operator for information when a subgroup is out of control?How do I configure WinSPC to prompt the operator for information when a subgroup... [Article]
    A Control Test trigger can be setup to prompt the operator for information when a subgroup is out of control. When the trigger fires you can have it prompt the operator for Assignable Causes,

  10. How are Variable Analyzer's visualizations related to Data Collection's visualizations and Variable Setup?How are Variable Analyzer's visualizations related to Data Collection'... [Article]
    Variable Analyzer is an analysis tool. It is independent of your Data Collection view and your Varialbe's configuration settings. However, the Variable Analyzer will initially take the settings that

  11. Why can't I see my annotation list (Notes, Assignable Causes, Corrective Actions)?Why can't I see my annotation list (Notes, Assignable Causes, Corrective Ac... [Article]
    So, you have an annotation list, such as one or more from Notes, Assignable Causes and/or Corrective Actions. Either you are in Data Collection Mode and have a 'Prompt For Notes' trigger enabled, or

  12. How do I install WinSPC?How do I install WinSPC? [Article]
    To install WinSPC, you should follow the instructions detailed in the "Installation and Configuration Guide" that comes with your WinSPC installation media (CD or download). This guide wil

  13. I've forgotten the WinSPC 'admin' password, what do I do?I've forgotten the WinSPC 'admin' password, what do I do? [Article]
    The WinSPC 'admin' user is the pre-configured administrator account whose password is set when WinSPC is first installed. The password can be changed by logging into WinSPC as the 'admin' user, a

  14. How to move a WinSPC database from one SQL Server to another (manual migration process)How to move a WinSPC database from one SQL Server to another (manual migration p... [Article]
    WinSPC has a built-in utility to migrate a WinSPC database from one database server to another. The migration utility will copy the data to the new database, enter a notation in

  15. What is the WinSPC Remote Directory, and where do I find it?What is the WinSPC Remote Directory, and where do I find it? [Article]
    What is the WinSPC Remote Directory? In most WinSPC installations, the WinSPC R

  16. Can I zoom in on a chart?Can I zoom in on a chart? [Article]
    New to WinSPC version 8.2 is the ability to zoom in on a selected data area for Variable Analyzer & Data Sets chart(s).

  17. Using the SortKey property on a DataBandUsing the SortKey property on a DataBand [Article]
    In RAVE, a databand’s output (using a dataview) can be sorted using the ‘SortKey’ property on the databand. You can sort on any field (or combination of fields) that are pres

  18. What are Reasonable Limits and how are they used in WinSPC?What are Reasonable Limits and how are they used in WinSPC? [Article]
    ...addition to standard SPC limits such as Specifications Limits/Engineering Limits and Control Limit, WinSPC includes a set of limits that serves a differen

  19. What is the difference between a promptable and non-promptable device in WinSPC?What is the difference between a promptable and non-promptable device in WinSPC? [Article]
    Introduction A device in WinSPC is used to collect data from external sources (such as a serial gauge,

  20. Running the WinSPCSecurity programRunning the WinSPCSecurity program [Article]
    This article details how to run WinSPCSecurity to grant permissions to users or user groups for the local Windows workstation. The W

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