Select the options that you want to use for the analysis.
- Use hypergeometric distribution for isolated lot
- Use the hypergeometric distribution to find a sampling plan when you have go/no go data from an isolated lot of finite size. For more information, go to Should I use the binomial, hypergeometric, or Poisson distribution?
- Enter additional quality levels to calculate acceptance probabilities
- Enter defective quality levels for Minitab to calculate corresponding acceptance probabilities, using the appropriate units.
- By default, Minitab displays the probability of acceptance for the AQL and RQL. You can also specify additional quality levels at which to calculate the probabilities of acceptance. For example, suppose the units for the quality level are Proportion defective. If the AQL is 0.001 and the RQL is 0.025, you may also want to investigate the probabilities of acceptance at the 0.005 and 0.01 quality levels.
- You may increase Alpha and Beta slightly for alternative plans with smaller sample sizes
- Maximum Alpha allowed
- Enter the maximum producer's risk that you are willing to accept. By increasing the producer's risk, you may be able to reduce the sample size and the acceptance number.
- Maximum Beta allowed
- Enter maximum consumer's risk that you are willing to accept. By increasing the consumer's risk, you may be able to reduce the sample size and the acceptance number.
This option is available only when you select Create a Sampling Plan in the main dialog box.