# Articles

## Fishbone Attrition Contributors for Model Design

While in pursuit to improve an existing attrition model we commenced to brainstorm on identifying the contributing factors for attrition. Below is what we could come up with. Pl share your thoughts.

## Weibull Distribution

Weibull Distribution Commonly used to model time-to-failure data. For example, a manufacturer is interested in calculating the probability that a part fails after one, two, or more years. It has wide application in engineering, medical research, finance, and climatology. Weibull...[ read more ]

## Poisson Distribution

1. Poisson Distribution What is Poisson Distribution? The Poisson distribution is a discrete probability distribution that expresses the probability of a given number of events occurring in a fixed interval of time or period. This Distribution name has been consider...[ read more ]

With the reference of Page-1  https://www.advanceinnovationgroup.com/blog/6025-2/ Page-2 https://www.advanceinnovationgroup.com/blog/create-factorial-design-minitab-2/ Analysing Factorial Design When you analyse an experiment, you are actually fitting a model to the data. You estimate the effects of main factors and interaction terms. Here, you can choose how...[ read more ]

With the reference of  https://www.advanceinnovationgroup.com/blog/6025-2/ Creating a General Factorial Design Select the number of replicates After you enter in the number of levels, the “Factors” tab in the Create Factorial Design window should be clickable. Multilevel Factorial Design   Factors:      ...[ read more ]

## DOE Factorial Design using Minitab

How to create A factorial design in Minitab:-1 Choosing the “default generators” option means that Minitab will select what effects are aliased with one another for us. We can see what designs are available for a specific Number of runs...[ read more ]

## WHEN DO YOU USE A FACTORIAL DESIGN?

WHEN DO YOU USE A FACTORIAL DESIGN? Factorial designs are good preliminary experiments A type of factorial design, known as the fractional factorial design, are often used to find the “vital few” significant factors out of a large group of...[ read more ]

## What is Design of Experiment

Design of Experiments (DOE) Design of experiments (DOE) is a systematic method to find the relationship between factors affecting in a process and the output of that process and of varying all the factors of interest and observing impact of these...[ read more ]

## Fishbone on FCR

Hi All, I am Akash Deep. I have commenced project on to increase the FCR in BPO. Can you all help me out to identify the potential factor's of FCR. Have drafted a Fishbone First Call Resolution below. Thanks for anticipation...[ read more ]

## Cycle Time Fishbone

The given fishbone analysis is prepared for understanding potential causes for increased cycle time of plastic moulding process.