Thanks Simon, But I mean,control charts like Xbar chart,Rcharts...

Thanks Ratheesan

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IngoRMAdministrator, Moderator, Employee, RapidMiner Certified Analyst, RapidMiner Certified Expert, Community Manager, RMResearcher, Member, University ProfessorPosts: 1,751 RM Founder

Hi,

you can make the necessary calculations yourself with the operator "Generate Attributes" and use for example the series plotter for the x-bar chart. As far as I can see this should not be too difficult - or at least possible

Hi, Any update on control chart and visual tools to predict outlier that would be part of a package? Box plot are nice but it cannot help to predict a trend...

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MartinLiebigAdministrator, Moderator, Employee, RapidMiner Certified Analyst, RapidMiner Certified Expert, University ProfessorPosts: 3,453 RM Data Scientist

i think the main problem is not the visualization here. For me the main problem is: How do I detect changes in process or changes over time? How do I know that my process is out of control.

One way to do this is to treat this as a unsupervised anomaly detection. You compare your current window of time to a reference window in time and calculate the confidence, that they are the same. This can be done using for example Windowing Tukey Test operators.

The Statstics extension available in the marketplace also has operators for a number of common statistical tests, you might want to check that out. As noted above, creating the types of visualizations often used in SPC is something you can do pretty easily in RapidMiner, and Generate Attributes also lets you compute your own calculations manually, but there is no extension specifically devoted to SPC methods. Are there specific exhiibts or techniques that you have in mind that you are not able to see how to replicate them inside RapidMiner?

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## Answers

439Mavenyes. We have, e.g. T-Test and ANOVA operators.

Best,

Simon

68MavenBut I mean,control charts like Xbar chart,Rcharts...

Thanks

Ratheesan

1,751RM Founderyou can make the necessary calculations yourself with the operator "Generate Attributes" and use for example the series plotter for the x-bar chart. As far as I can see this should not be too difficult - or at least possible

Cheers,

Ingo

1Contributor IAny update on control chart and visual tools to predict outlier that would be part of a package? Box plot are nice but it cannot help to predict a trend...

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