This page has moved to my new website.
I'll be giving a talk at the American Society for Andrology in April about the use of quality control for sperm morphology assessments. I'll put some of my notes up on the web when I get the chance. The National Institute of Standards and Technology has a nice engineering statistics handbook with a whole chapter on process or product monitoring and control.
Sperm morphology is a classification system. I've found that the concept of entropy is useful in understanding ambiguities in classification systems, and I've started a web page about entropy.
This page was written by Steve Simon while working at Children's Mercy Hospital. Although I do not hold the copyright for this material, I am reproducing it here as a service, as it is no longer available on the Children's Mercy Hospital website. Need more information? I have a page with general help resources. You can also browse for pages similar to this one at Category: Quality control.