Use this option to format cells that contain values that are unusually large or small.
Use this option to format cells that contain data for subgroups that differ from the process mean by more than three standard deviations. Data must be in chronological order.
Minitab estimates the standard deviation according to the options in . Minitab applies the format to all cells in an out-of-control subgroup.
Use this option to format cells that contain values that are outside of the limits that you specify.
Use this option to format the cells that contain response values that are associated with large standardized residuals. You must analyze the response variable with an appropriate linear model before you can apply this conditional formatting. The conditional formatting applies only to a model that is current. For more information, go to Which types of residuals are included in Minitab?.
Use this option to format cells that contain response values that are associated with unusual predictor values, as measured by leverage (Hi). You must analyze the response variable with an appropriate linear model before you can apply this conditional formatting. For more information, go to Unusual observations.
Minitab formats cells associated with leverage values that exceed 3p/n or .99, whichever is smaller, where p is the number of model terms (including the constant) and n is the number of observations.