Learning how to analyse a results series ? Everyone knows how to calculate a mean and a standard deviation, but what do these parameters actually signify, are they always reliable, can they be reproduced and to what extent? At what point can I consider that 2 means derived from 2 measurement series are not the same? I am more confident in the mean of 5 measurements than that of 3 measurements, but how can I quantify this level confidence? Should I take a 6th measurement? Some of the answers to these question can be found in the statistical tool. This course provides a practical introduction to statistics tools, demonstrating their use in the study of measurement results.
Engineers, researchers and technicians wishing to find out more about the statistics tools needed to examine test results
By the end of the course, the participant will be able to interpret test results based on a rigorous statistical data analysis.
|FP01||Practical introduction to calibration/verification techniques in the industrial sector|
|FP02||Extra practical course component delivered via video-conference|
|FP03||Setting up the drift method with Optimu|
|FP04||Setting up the OPPERET method|
|FP05||E-LEARNING CYCLE METROLOGY AND BUSINESS RESUMPTION PLAN Let’s make a fresh start!|
|FOP01||Measuring Instrument Management Module (MIM )|
|FOP06||Administrative Management module|
|FOP07||Further Theory and Practice Module FD X07-014|