A Pareto chart is a histogram drawn in nominal frequency order to indicate ratio of results caused by various elements. It is one of the most effective tool in Six Sigma for measuring process performance.
What is Pareto Chart?
Horizontal axis of a Pareto chart is main elements which influences quality of a program. The sequence of those elements are less and less important from left to right. Besides, left vertical axis of the chart represents the frequency of occurrence while right vertical axis shows the cumulative percentage. Thus, the height of each bar acts as influencing degree of each elements and the upper line indicates the cumulative frequency line.
How to Measure Process Performance in Six Sigma by Using Pareto Chart?
After analyzing most influential factors in affecting performance, you can put forward a summary of how to measure process performance by Pareto chart.
Pareto Chart Example
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