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Five Free Quality Sources

Editor's Note: This article originally appeared in the April 2012 Newsletter. It is reprinted as part of our archive article series.

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I'm cheap. Just ask my wife and kids; they'll agree. I like to look for bargains and sales, and I like to purchase in bulk from wholesale stores in order to get good value for my money. Getting a good value also applies to the world of quality and improvement systems since information and guidance can be expensive. If knowledge can improve production or reduce cost, then it's worth paying for either in time or money. Here is a list of resources that may help you get good value at no cost, other than your time.

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Stu Hunter Instructional Videos

J Stuart HunterJ. Stuart Hunter, "Stu", is Professor Emeritus, School of Engineering, Princeton University. He has long been associated with both the theory and practice of experimental design. During the 1960's and 70's he was known as the "Johnny Appleseed" of experimental design due to extensive lecturing and many short courses offered in the industry. He is one of the co-authors of the classical text "Statistics for Experimenters", the founding editor of the journal Technometrics, and President of the American Statistical Association (1993). He was awarded the Shewhart (1970), Deming (1986) and Wilks US Army (1987) Medals. He is an Honorary Member of the American Society for Quality and in 2005 was elected a member of the National Academy of Engineering. His enthusiasm coupled with his knowledge of subject matter and audience make him a popular lecturer.

Stu Hunter's statistical lectures are now available on YouTube.  Click this link to view this series.

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