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Why We Use Statistics
You may fondly, or most likely not fondly, your undergraduate course on probability and statistics. The calculations of various winning hands with card games was interesting and connected to the early ‘invention’ of probability and statistical methods, yet the jar with colored beads was rather boring.

From drive time to upload speeds, from production output per hour to defects per unit, we are surrounded by things and processes that vary. With most things, there is many factors at play contributing to variations. It is those variations and the means to discuss them in a meaningful way that is the essence of statistics.

Let’s explore the many ways we use, or should use, statistics in our engineering role. From gathering data to presenting, from analyzing to comparing, we have a wide range of tools available that ‘probably’ (pun intended) will have a ‘significant’ (did it again) impact on your ability to make a difference with what you do.

Feb 8, 2022 09:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Fred Schenkelberg
Reliability Engineering and Management Consultant @FMS Reliability and Accendo Reliability
Fred Schenkelberg is an experienced reliability engineering and management consultant with his firm FMS Reliability. His passion is working with teams to create cost-effective reliability programs that solve problems, create durable and reliable products, increase customer satisfaction, and reduce warranty costs. Fred manages and writes for the site: accendoreliability.com