## What is p-chart and NP chart?

P charts show the proportion of nonconforming units on the y-axis. NP charts show the whole number of nonconforming units on the y-axis.

## What is a p-chart used for?

The p-chart is a quality control chart used to monitor the proportion of nonconforming units in different samples of size n; it is based on the binomial distribution where each unit has only two possibilities (i.e. defective or not defective).

**How do I make an R chart?**

The steps in constructing an X-R chart are given below.

- Gather the data. a. Select the subgroup size (n).
- Plot the data. a.
- Calculate the overall process averages and control limits. a.
- Interpret both charts for statistical control. a.
- Calculate the process standard deviation, if appropriate. a.

### How is NP calculated?

How do you Create an np Chart?

- Determine the subgroup size.
- Count the number of defectives in each sample.
- Compute p̅ = total number of defectives / total number of samples =Σnp/Σn.
- Calculate centreline np̅ = total number of defectives/no of lots = Σnp/k.

### How do you find N in p chart?

The subgroup size is n = 100. The p values for each subgroup (day) have been calculated and are shown in the table. For example, for day 1, there were 22 defective items (np) found in the 100 invoices inspected. Thus, p = np/n = 22/100 = 0.22 or 22%.

**What is the difference between p-chart and U chart?**

A p chart monitors the proportion of defectives in a lot or batch. Therefore, it counts the number of non-conforming units in a lot or batch. The c chart is used to monitor the number of defects in a sample while the u chart monitors the average number of defects per sample unit.

#### What are the different symbols for PCH in R?

The different points symbols commonly used in R are shown in the figure below : The function used to generate this figure is provided at the end of this document. pch = 0,square. pch = 1,circle. pch = 2,triangle point up. pch = 3,plus.

#### When to use Col or BG in PCH?

By default pch=1. The following arguments can be used to change the color and the size of the points : col : color (code or name) to use for the points. bg : the background (or fill) color for the open plot symbols. It can be used only when pch = 21:25.

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