Minitab Complete Course From Beginner to Advanced Part 1 / 2

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Minitab Complete Course From Beginner to Advanced Part 1 / 2
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 48 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + .srt | Duration: 55 lectures (3 hour, 9 mins) | Size: 1.27 GB
Master Minitab Software with Theory, Examples and Case Studies

What you'll learn

Types of Data (Attribute, Variable, Count etc.)
How to Description different types of charts in Minitab (Bar Chart, Pareto, Pie Diagrams, Histograms, Dot Description, Individual Value Description, Time series Description etc.) Box Description
Descriptive Statistics in Minitab (Mean, Median, Range, Standard Deviation and Variance)
Inferential Statistics (1 sample t test, 2 sample t test, paired t test, 2 variance, 1 proportion test, 2 proportion test and chi-square test)
Central Limit Theorem
Normal Distribution and Normal Distribution Probability
Type I and Type II errors
Statistical Process Control Charts (X bar, R, S, I, MR, C, U, P, NP charts)
Six Sigma
Minitab 19
Minitab 17
Minitab Six Sigma
Lean Six Sigma
Course Completion Certificate
Process Capability
Cp Cpk Pp Ppk Sigma Level


Minitab Software which you can the official website from Minitab, where you can get 30 days free trail
Open-mindedness and willingness to learn


In this course we have 6 different sections.

In Section 1 we have introduction where we will look at Agenda of course.

Next In section 2 we have graphical Analysis where we will look at different types of data types, different types of graphs with both theoretical concepts and how to Description those graphs using a hypothetical data sets.

Next in In Section 3 we will look at descriptive statistics. In this section we will look at what is mean, median, range, variance and standard deviation with formulas, once theoretical concepts are understood then we will look at how to calculate descriptive statistics in Minitab.

Next in section 4, we will look at inferential statistics. In this section we will look at concepts like inferential statistics, what is meant by random sampling, sampling distribution, central limit theorem and t-distribution introduction concepts.

Next in section 5, we will look at hypothesis testing, in this section we will look at concepts like confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, null hypothesis, alternate hypothesis, type I and type II errors and we will look at hypothesis tests like, 1 sample t-test, 2 sample t-test, 2 variance test, paired t test, 1 proportion test, 2 proportion test, chi-square test etc.

Next in section 6, we will look at statistical process control charts. In this section we will look at horizontal lines in control charts like mean, upper control limit, lower control limit, and we will look at the pre-requisites for a process to be a stable process.

Sections 7 to 10 are discussed in part 2 of this Minitab complete course from beginner to advanced part 2 / 2.

Who this course is for:

The ideal student for this course is anyone who wants to learn and understand data analysis using Minitab or a professional who wants to expand on their current skills. There are no requirements necessary to enroll. I only ask to come open-minded and ready to learn.


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