# Graphicalanalysishw.ppt

Exercise 2: Graphical Analysis
The purpose of this exercise is to use graphical analysis to derive insights on the process

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Exercise 2: Graphical Analysis
With the data for your project:

Create a pie chart
Create a pareto chart
Create a run chart

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Exercise 2: Pie Chart
Pie chart: A pie chart (or a circle chart) is a circular statistical graphic, which is divided into slices to illustrate numerical proportion.
In a pie chart, the arc length of each slice (and consequently its central angle and area), is proportional to the quantity it represents.
Pie charts represent a whole amount that equals 100%. If you were to add up the percentages of each sector, it would equal 100%.

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Exercise 2: Pie Chart
Pro-tip:

There’s a small number of slices.

If your data has more than 10 or so slices, that’s probably too many.

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Exercise 2: Pie Chart
Step 1: Decide what dimension you want to graph
Step 2: Count number of post by dimension by creating a pivot chart

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Exercise 2: Pie Chart
Step 3: Graph data

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Exercise 2: Create a Pie Chart (3 pts)
Use your project data to create a pie-chart

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Exercise 2: Pareto Chart
Pareto chart: A type of chart that contains both bars and a line graph, where individual values are represented in descending order by bars, and the cumulative total is represented by the line.

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Exercise 2: Pareto Chart
Step 1: Identify defect posts by category. You define the categories.

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Exercise 2: Pareto Chart
Step 2: Create pivot table to count defects by category
Step 3: Graph data

Pro-tip: excel has a pareto chart graph

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Exercise 2: Create a Pareto Chart (4 pts)
Use your project data to create a pareto-chart

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Exercise 2: Run Chart
Run chart: A run chart is a line graph of data plotted over time.
By collecting and charting data over time, you can find trends or patterns in the process.

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Exercise 2: Run Chart
Step 1: Capture individual post date

Step 2: Graph number of likes per date

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Exercise 2: Create a Run Chart (3 pts)
Use your project data to create a run chart

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