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Graphic Analysis and Six Sigma Tools

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Easy to Present Research Result
In research, data search, data processing and deduction will be more easily understood if set forth in graphical form. Broadly speaking we can know, conditions, problems that occur and the possibility of settlement roads. From the graph we can know the way researchers thought, about what is researched, how the methods used and HSIL will eventually like.

The use of graphs in research should be undertaken as a visualization of data in the form of sequence of numbers to the layman would be difficult to translate. To present a research result, it’s easier to communicate data with the drawings. Use the chart should be made as simple as possible so that no layman can understand and describe the actual condition.

Variation in Six Sigma and Synchronization Between the Department

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As explained earlier that the main goal of six sigma is to reduce variation. Reducing variation is not only related to the customer department. Reduction of variation must begin market research. Each department must apply the same thing. Just as the research department, the department is a variable that emerged such as the many levels of customer requested product variations, many variations of the cost required to conduct surveys and so forth. Having focused on the variation with a more narrow range, the next step is to synchronize the results of research with the next process.

The analysis of whether market research can be well-received by the designers of the product. Various variations in the market should be focused on one or more products that have a high level of demand. Next is the product design process is applicable to existing manufacturing systems.