The Future of Industrial Statistics

William Edwards Deming had a new vision for industry. He understood that poor quality costs money, and that corporate management was not magically brilliant.

Drawing upon his powerful personality, Deming used simple ideas from experimental design, process control, and sampling theory to change the manufacturing world with statistics.

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