StATS: Common sources of confusion in a class on quality control (August 22, 2007)

I presented a training class:

for the American Society for Andrology. The major emphasis was on the computation of control charts. It's always interesting to see how this material goes over. This group was somewhat math-phobic, and felt a certain level of discomfort with the required exercises. Several points of confusion involved

You can't expect a class like this to go perfectly, but I will try to pay closer attention to these issues the next time I teach this class.

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