By Chris Jackson
Let’s say that you have some ‘reliability guys’ do some reliability analysis on reliability data … and they give you some numbers. Or a plot. Or a curve. Perhaps you are the reliability guy … and you do the analysis – and then what?
How do you use that probability plot to help you make a decision? How do you use confidence bounds, ‘p’ values, standard deviations, and so on to help you make a decision? The three most important things for reliability analysis are ‘the decision,’ ‘the decision’ and ‘the decision.’ So how do you convert reliability data analysis into useful information for that decision? … uncertainty and all? This webinar is for you!