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Improve products, optimize processes and increase levels of customer satisfaction with statistical process control software. SAS/QC enables you to go beyond basic process control to incorporate more advanced statistical analyses for additional insights into processes and product improvements.
The most recent release is SAS/QC 15.1.
SAS/QC 15.1 includes enhancements to several procedures.
PROC CAPABILITY has the following enhancements:
PROC RAREEVENTS enables you to apply tests for special causes to rare events charts. These tests can improve the sensitivity of rare events charts by detecting patterns of measurements that might indicate unusual variation.
The CCHART, NPCHART, PCHART, and UCHART statements in PROC SHEWHART support the new LANEY option, which computes control limits as recommended by Laney.
The EWMACHART and MACHART statements in PROC MACONTROL support the new LABASYMPTOTIC option, which labels varying control limits with asymptotic limit values.
PROC SHEWHART, PROC ANOM, PROC CUSUM, and PROC MACONTROL recognize new macro variables that you can use to control details of ODS Graphics output more conveniently.
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SAS/QC 12.3 and 12.1
Note: SAS/QC 12.3 is a maintenance release with no new features. The SAS/QC 12.3 documentation applies to both SAS/QC 12.3 and 12.1.
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