Use G Chart to monitor the number of opportunities or, in many cases, the number of days between rare events, such as infections or surgical complications. When you monitor rare events with a traditional chart, such as a P or a U chart, you need a large amount of data to establish accurate control limits. Therefore, collecting enough rare event data to detect an adverse change in the frequency of events may take months or even years. With a G chart, you do not need to collect large amounts of data to detect special causes in rare events.
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If your data are the exact time and date of each event or elapsed time between events, use T Chart.