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Statistical Evaluation of Spectrographic Methods

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Abstract:

By using some of the excellent background material available from the literature, the tool of the statistically designed experiment is applied in the development and evaluation of spectrographic methods A preliminary design is carried through to determine the major factors affecting a method's total variability Further designs then study these gross variables in greater detail Eventually a reliable method, of known precision and bias, is developed, and the method is ready for routine use During the routine use, a quality control program is carried on to maintain a check on the results and yield a realistic estimate of variability over a period of time

The paper gives a bibliography of books and articles that the author has found particularly useful

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1366/000370257774633303

Affiliations: Westinghouse Electric Corp., Bettis Plant, Pittsburgh, Pa.

Publication date: August 1, 1957

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