SixSigma package: Six Sigma Tools for Quality Improvement

Introduction

SixSigma is an R package developed to deal with Six Sigma projects with R. We are just now working in new functions in order to cover a wide range of activities for any Six Sigma Project. Install SixSigma package, and run example(SixSigma) to see the currently developed functions in action. See the SixSigma documentation to see details of the functions, or type (?SixSigma) in an R session. This is the first stage of a broader project, that will include many functions and documentation as well, aimed at carrying out a whole Six Sigma:

  • Define
  • Measurement
  • Analyze
  • Improve
  • Control

Including functions for Control Charts, Pareto Charts, Design of Experiments, Factorial Analysis, Response Surface, and so on.

Authors

The package is being developed by Emilio L. Cano, Andrés Redchuk and Javier M. Moguerza, from the Department of Statistics and Operations Research at Rey Juan Carlos University (Madrid).

Screenshots

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History

2012-01-04: Version 0.5 Improvements and corrections.
2011-09-20: Version 0.4 Functions for Loss Function Analysis.
2011-07-06: Version 0.3 Functions for Capability Analysis.
2011-03-23: Version 0.2.1 Minor semantic revisions and bug fixes.
2011-03-04: Version 0.2 First version at CRAN. Functions for Gage R&R, Condifence Interval and Diagrams.

 
packages/cran/sixsigma.txt · Last modified: 2012/01/05 by emilopezcano
 
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