Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Quality Gamebox

Quality Gamebox 2.0 is a collection of simulations and experiments that is both entertaining and educational. Each game demonstrates and explains classic concepts that are useful in quality management and SPC. Quality Gamebox uses colorful graphics, animation, and sound to enhance the learning experience.

Deming’s red bead experiment demonstrates the theory of variation while his funnel experiment shows the effects of tampering. John McConnell’s dice experiment illustrates the benefits of reducing variation. The central limit theorem shows the effect of sampling, and the quincunx explains the normal curve.

Quality Gamebox is useful for training staff members, consultants, or anyone who wants to illustrate basic statistical concepts.

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