Analyze Button

The goal of the Analyze phase of the Six Sigma quality effort is to identify the root cause(s) of quality problems and to confirm those causes using the appropriate data analysis tools. Shortcuts are provided to the following modules and analytic facilities:

Cause and Effect Diagrams. Select Cause and Effect Diagrams from the Analyze menu to produce a cause-and-effect (Ishikawa, or fishbone) diagram; links to the Process Analysis module.

t-test. Select t-test from the Analyze menu to display the t-test for Independent Samples by Groups dialog of the Basic Statistics/Tables module.

Paired t-test. Select Paired t-test from the Analyze menu to display the t-test for Dependent Samples dialog of the Basic Statistics/Tables module.

Nonparametric Tests. Select Nonparametric Tests from the Analyze menu to display the Nonparametric Statistics Startup Panel.

Stratification Analysis. Select Stratification Analysis from the Analyze menu to display the Statistics by Groups (Breakdown) dialog of the Basic Statistics/Tables module.

Correlations. Select Correlations from the Analyze menu to display the Product-Moment and Partial Correlations dialog of the Basic Statistics/Tables module.

2D Scatterplots. Select 2D Scatterplots from the Analyze menu to display the 2D Scatterplots dialog.

3D Scatterplots. Select 3D Scatterplots from the Analyze menu to display the 3D Scatterplots dialog.

Regression. Select Regression from the Analyze menu to display the startup panel of the Multiple Regression module.

Experimental Design. Select Experimental Design from the Analyze menu to display the Experimental Design Startup Panel .

GLM. Select GLM from the Analyze menu to display the startup panel of the  General Linear Models (GLM) module.

GLZ. Select GLZ from the Analyze menu to display the startup panel of the Generalized Linear/Nonlinear Models (GLZ) module.