I have revised my MSA 3rd Ed.xls file, which was based on the Average Range method to MSA 3rd Ed ANOVA.xls. As the name implies, it is based on the ANOVA method.

You can find the file attached to my blog entry on Gauge R&R. As described in my blog, I have taken the AIAG ANOVA approach one step further. The file allows you to state the alpha risk for pooling the interaction and the operator effects. Based on the notes that appear by the ANOVA tables, you can select a full ANOVA, one that pools the interaction, or one that pools an insignificant operator term. This is the same approach that I used in my Wheeler's Honest Gauge Study.xls file.

You can find the file attached to my blog entry on Gauge R&R. As described in my blog, I have taken the AIAG ANOVA approach one step further. The file allows you to state the alpha risk for pooling the interaction and the operator effects. Based on the notes that appear by the ANOVA tables, you can select a full ANOVA, one that pools the interaction, or one that pools an insignificant operator term. This is the same approach that I used in my Wheeler's Honest Gauge Study.xls file.

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