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# Chartrunner Tutorial - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Chartrunner Tutorial. Introduce basic operations Some useful tips- Where to store your charts How to organize your data Variable names, Chart names. Decide on type of data. Continuous (Variables) Data. Discrete (Attributes) Data. Can both occurrences & non-occurrences be counted?. Yes.

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• Introduce basic operations

• Some useful tips-

• Where to store your charts

• How to organize your data

• Variable names, Chart names

Continuous

(Variables)

Data

Discrete (Attributes) Data

Can both occurrences & non-occurrences be counted?

Yes

More than one observation per subgroup?

No

No

Yes

< 10 observations per subgroup?

Are there equal area of opportunity?

Are the subgroup sizes equal?

Yes

No

Yes

No

No

Yes

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u-chart

p-chart

np-chart

• Open the program and select the chart that says:

“Measurement control chart (01) health, Individuals, Average days positive mammogram”

• In Text file or Excel, data needs to be in columns with Time and Measurement headings

• Now, go to the main menu and let’s see if we can re-create this chart

• Make a new chart by clicking on the green + symbol,

+

• Name: “Example 1”

• Description: optional

• Chart Categories: Measurement Control Chart

• Chart Type: Individuals

• Select: Microsoft Excel from drop down menu

• Database or filename:

Browse: Day 1.xls

• Table: select Example 1

• How to treat the columns by:

• Avg Delay: select “Measurement”

• Week: select: “Unique Identifier”

• Click “OK”

• Is the process stable?

• How many criteria for special cause does this meet?

• What’s different compared to the sample chart?

• Left click to draw a box around all the points up to and including 20

• Right click and scroll down to “compute limits”

• Select , name “baseline”, then click compute and OK

• Now, do the same for the reset of the data, points 21-36. Call this set “Post”

• How dose this look now? Is it in control?

• Use Day 1.xls

• Select the I Chart sheet

• Pick the care team you wish to measure (Bear, Orca, Eagle, Raven or Wolf) column for the measurement, Month is the identifier

• Use Day 1.xls

• Select the X-Bar sheet

• Use the AM column and the PM column for the measurement, Date is the identifier

(n=2: AM & PM)

• Use Day 1.xls

• Select the P Chart sheet

• Use the Total column for the “number inspected” (aka denominator) and the Under 7 column for the count (numerator), Date is the identifier

• Ignore “percent”

• Use Day 1.xls

• Select the C Chart sheet

• Use the Prescriptions column for the measure, Date is the identifier