Bev D and "Gage R&R"

Bev D

Heretical Statistician
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I have compiled some of my thoughts on the popular gage R&R method per the request of one of our 'frequent flyers'.
I hope some of you find it useful...


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"The overall sample size of 10 parts x 3 repeated readings yields 30 total measurements. The difference in precision of the dispersion estimate for 3 repeated readings is not substantially better than for 2 repeated readings. If we use 2 repeated readings we can increase the number of parts to 30 and maintaining the same number of overall measurements while improving the informative value of the study."
10x3 = 30
30x2 = 60
You say it maintains the same number of overall measurements but I'm not understanding how that is possible.
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