80 20 RuleNeed a Pareto diagram to separate the vital few from the trivial many?

  • Types of defects
  • Customer complaints types
  • Kinds of injuries in a plant
  • Reasons for returned goods
  • Downtime reasons
  • Types of infections in a hospital
  • Reasons for late deliveries

 

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Pareto Diagrams and SPC for Excel

Our SPC software, SPC for Excel,  easily creates Pareto diagrams - a great visual way to separate the vital few from the trivial many.  There are three Pareto options:

  • Frequency - totals the frequency of occurrence by category (e.g., number of returns by product)
  • Defect - totals reasons for defects (e.g., reasons for customer returns)
  • Variables - totals frequency for categories for different levels of a variable (e.g, defects by shift) 
  • Two-Level - creates a two-level Pareto diagram (variable -defect)

Pareto Diagram Features

  • New data easily added
  • Data can be in rows or columns
  • Turn cumulative line on or off
  • Add dates of data collection
  • Option to create other category for frequencies below a certain value
  • Format changes maintained when Pareto diagram is updated
  • Option to color the vital few 
  • Option to set the gap between the bars

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