InfinityQS has turned the pedestrian Pareto chart into a robust, sophisticated analysis tool that allows sorting and display of defect codes any way you want—by shift, customer code, employee, lot number, part, time, and more. Any information associated with defect data can be sorted, sliced, and diced.
The two-level Pareto chart shown here includes the same defects as the previous chart but re-sorts the data by engine serial number (yellow bars), then by defect code (blue bars). Clearly the most prevalent defect is “Incorrect Torque,” but the re-sorting reveals additional information including:
- The engine serial number where the most defects were found
- The total number of defects for each engine
- The type of defects found on each individual engine serial number
- The fact that not all engines include “Incorrect Torque” defects
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