Precision Control Chart
It's Easy to Create a Precision Chart in Excel
Healthcare labs use the Precision charts to monitor paired measures. In this data, there are two measurements on the same day. RPD is calculated using the formula shown:
The Precision control chart can be created in two ways:
- as a Levey Jennings Chart of Relative Percent Difference (RPD)
- or the R chart of an XbarR chart of the two different measures.
Example of a Precision Control Chart
- To create a Precision chart of RPD using QI Macros:
- Select your Precision chart data (dates and RPD) in an Excel worksheet.
- Next click on the QI Macros menu, Control Charts and then the Stdev Levey Jennings chart:
- Precision chart uses standard deviation to draw the 2 sigma (Warning Limit) lines and the upper and lower control limits.
- Adjust the Y axis to cross at zero and Show the 1-2 Sigma lines using QI Macros Chart Menu. The 2-sigma line is known as the Warning Limit. One point is above the warning limit:
- Select the data (dates and measures 1-2)
- Next, click on the QI Macros menu, Control Charts and then the XbarR chart.
- Use the R chart and discard the X chart:
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