STAT CHAT: Monitoring Quality
We all collect lots of data as part of our quality control and assurance programs. Usually this consists of jotting down temperatures, CO2 concentration, etc., on data forms or books (rather than on paper towels). We then eyeball the data to make sure the values are within certain limits that we have arbitrarily set. We might also notice certain trends by eyeballing the data. All well and good, but there are more formal ways of looking at the data.
In some ART programs, these data might be entered directly into a computer. It takes more time and more people to do this type of data collection, but it can…
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