Date(s) - June 23rd, 2021
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Creating and Using Minitab Macros
June 23, 2021
10:30 am to Noon
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This webinar is targeted at people and companies who are utilizing Minitab to create detailed statistical analysis. Minitab Macros extend Minitab’s functionality by automating repetitive analysis allowing the user to focus on the results versus the keystrokes to execute the analysis. Companies that are required to create Production Part Approval Process (PPAP) documentation or users that utilize a standard data demographics or SPC (Statistical Process Control) analysis will find Minitab macros to be a substantial productivity improvement tool.
In this webinar we will review and create sample macros for the 3 types of macros. These include:
1.) Exec macros (.MTB files) which are useful for running standard repetitive commands such as a standard data demographics analysis.
2.) Global macro (.MAC files) which analyzes data in the current worksheet and includes command language and control statements such as “if” statements.
3.) Local macro (.MAC files) which accepts user inputs and is the most powerful macro.
If you have been using Minitab for repetitive and standard analysis or have been creating PPAP’s or SPC charts for customers, this webinar will provide insights into how you can automate these tasks providing time for a more value-added results focused analysis.
Target Audience: Anyone using Minitab for repetitive analysis or PPAP’s.
Cost: No cost, complimentary, but you must register.
Register in advance: https://bit.ly/3uJeMxv
Richard Titus, Ph.D.
Richard is a Master Black Belt who spent nearly 20 years at Ingersoll-Rand in a variety of positions ranging from operations management, information systems, materials management, manufacturing engineering, design engineering, and more. Dr. Titus was certified as a Black Belt and Master Black Belt by Six Sigma Qualtec. He completed executive training with the Mahler Institute, Demand Flow Technology training at the John Costanza Institute of Technology and completed Lean Training with Six Sigma Qualtec and is a certified nuclear auditor and a certified trainer for DDI. Dr. Titus earned a B.S. and M.S. in Engineering from Lehigh University and has been a lecturer or adjunct faculty member with Lehigh’s College of Business since 2000. He earned his Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from Penn State University in May 2019 focusing his research on supplier selection. Dr. Titus has supported over 350 Lean Six Sigma projects in over 50+ companies resulting in over $50 million dollars of real savings.