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Mar 24, 2020 7:07 AM
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For sensor data, what will be the best way to support spec or control limits that change over time (rows)?

In column properties, these attributes are constant (see below).

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Mar 24, 2020 9:11 AM
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| Posted in reply to message from FN 03-24-2020

Here is an example using static control limits with phases

```
dt = Open( "$SAMPLE_DATA/Quality Control/Diameter.jmp" );
dt << Control Chart(
Phase( :Phase ),
Sample Size( :DAY ),
KSigma( 3 ),
Chart Col(
:DIAMETER,
XBar(
Phase Level( "1", Sigma( .29 ), Avg( 4.3 ), LCL( 3.99 ), UCL( 4.72 ) ),
Phase Level( "2", Sigma( .21 ), Avg( 4.29 ), LCL( 4 ), UCL( 4.5 ) )
),
R( Phase Level( "1" ), Phase Level( "2" ) )
)
);
```

The Phased limits can also be read in from a separate Limits data table

Jim

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Re: Time varying spec or control limits

Have you considered using a phase variable to articulate the observations and their respective limits? Quite easily done in Control Chart Builder. Here's an illustration from the JMP Online Documentation:

https://www.jmp.com/support/help/en/15.1/#page/jmp/control-chart-builder.shtml#ww1079193

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Re: Time varying spec or control limits

I saw that example but these limits are automatically calculated based on statistics (see image below where I added an outlier).

But indeed, I am after a control chart were the limits are varying based on external information (e.g. production grade).

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Created:
Mar 24, 2020 9:11 AM
| Last Modified: Mar 24, 2020 9:14 AM
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| Posted in reply to message from FN 03-24-2020

Here is an example using static control limits with phases

```
dt = Open( "$SAMPLE_DATA/Quality Control/Diameter.jmp" );
dt << Control Chart(
Phase( :Phase ),
Sample Size( :DAY ),
KSigma( 3 ),
Chart Col(
:DIAMETER,
XBar(
Phase Level( "1", Sigma( .29 ), Avg( 4.3 ), LCL( 3.99 ), UCL( 4.72 ) ),
Phase Level( "2", Sigma( .21 ), Avg( 4.29 ), LCL( 4 ), UCL( 4.5 ) )
),
R( Phase Level( "1" ), Phase Level( "2" ) )
)
);
```

The Phased limits can also be read in from a separate Limits data table

Jim

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Re: Time varying spec or control limits

I have seen how to load limits from a table, but not phase limits.

Is this built-in? or we need an script as in your example?

Is this built-in? or we need an script as in your example?

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Re: Time varying spec or control limits

Run my example, and then go to the red triangle and select Save Limits==>New Table. You will then see what the table needs to look like to read in Phased limits

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Re: Time varying spec or control limits

Great, I will accept your first reply. Can you add this last answer as well?

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