Run charts are a great way to track changes in a process or metrics over time. The horizontal axis shows time. The vertical axis shows the metric under observation.
They are extremely useful because run charts are simple to set up, and are easily understandable by most people.
This short module explains what a run chart is, why it is useful, when to use it, and how to make one. It shows how to make a run chart manually, as well as in Microsoft Excel.
This Run Chart PowerPoint presentation covers the following topics:
1. What is a run chart?
a. When is it used
2. How to create a run chart
i. Manual creation
ii. Excel ?
b. Individual data points vs. aggregate data
3. How to interpret a run chart
b. Stepwise changes
d. Multiple processes
e. Repeated outliers
f. Sawtooth pattern
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