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"Means and Histograms" by Dr. Mu's

I am M.
G - L - M.

G-L-M

That G - L - M!
That G - L - M!
I do not like
That G - L - M.

Do you like
Means and histograms?

I do not like them,
G - L - M.
I do not like
Means and histograms.

Would you like them
Halved or squared?
Would you like them
As a pair?

Do You Like

I would not like them
Halved or squared.
I would not like them
As a pair.

I do not like
Means and histograms.
I do not like them,
G - L - M.

Would you like them
In some code?
Would you like them
With the mode?

I do not like them
In some code.
I do not like them
With the mode.

I do not like them
Halved or squared.
I do not like them
As a pair.
I do not like
means and histograms.
I do not like them, 
G - L - M.

Would you use them
With George Box?
Would you use them
With Sir Cox?

Box and Cox in Box

Not with George Box.
Not with Sir Cox.

Not in some code.
Not with the mode.
I would not use them halved or squared.
I would not use them as a pair.
I would not use means and histograms.
I do not like them, G - L - M.

Would you? Could you?
Chart a bar?
Plot them! Plot them!
Here they are.

I would not,
Could not, Chart a bar.

You may like them.
You will see.
You may like them
Scored as Z.

I would not, could not scored as Z.
Not charted bars! You let me be.

I do not like them with George Box.
I do not like them with Sir Cox.
I do not like them in some code.
I do not like them with the mode.
I do not like them halved or squared.
I do not like them as a pair.
I do not like means and histograms.
I do not like them, G - L - M.

A gage! A gage!
A gage! A gage!
Could you, would you
Do a gage?

Not as a gage! Not scored as Z!
Not charted bars! Let me be!
I would not, could not, with George Box.
I could not, would not, with Sir Cox.
I will not use them with the mode.
I will not use them in some code.
I will not use them halved or squared.
I will not use them as a pair.
I do not like them, G - L - M.

Say!
As a chart?
An Xbar-R Chart!
Would you, could you, use a chart?

I would not, could not,
Use a chart.

Would you, could you,
Use the range?

I would not, could not, use the range.
Not on a chart.  Not as a gage,
Not charted bars, Not scored as Z.
I do not like to use stats, you see.
Not in some code. Not with George Box.
Not with the mode. Not with Sir Cox.
I will not use them halved or squared.
I will not use them as a pair!

You do not like
Means and histograms?

I do not
Like them,
G - L - M.

Could you, would you,
D - O - E?

I would not,
Could not,
D - O - E!

Would you, could you,
S - P - C?

I could not, would not, S - P - C.
I will not, will not, D - O - E.
I will not use them with the range.
I will not use them with a gage.
Not on a chart! Not scored as Z!
Not charted bars! You let me be!
I do not like them with George Box.
I do not like them with Sir Cox.
I will not use them in some code.
I will not use them with the mode.
I do not like them halved or squared.
I do not like them as a pair!
I do not like
Means and Histograms!
I do not like them,
G - L - M.

You do not like them.
So you say.
Try them! Try them!
And you may.
Try them and you may I say.

M!
If you will just teach me,
I will use them.
You will see.

Say!
I like means and histograms!
I do! I like them, G - L - M!
 
And I would use some D - O - E!
And I would use that S - P - C.
And I will use them with a gage.
And with a chart.  And with the range.
And charted bars. And scored as Z.
They are so good, so good you see!
So I will use them with George Box.
And I will use them with Sir Cox.
And I will use them in some code.
And I will use them with the mode.
And I will use them halved and squared.
Say! I will use them as a pair!

 

I will

I do so like
Means and histograms!

Thank you!
Thank you,
G - L - M.

 

Even among practitioners, statistics are often something only to be consumed when forced to. That's why, on Wednesday, March 11th at the Lean Six Sigma World Conference, I'll be presenting an interactive session to make attendees more comfortable with statistical concepts.  By removing the Greek symbols, equations, and other math, I hope to transform the audience into a group eager for some means and histograms!
 

Author's note: A huge thanks to our graphics guru Trevor Calabro, who turned a ridiculous blog post into a ridiculous blog post with awesome graphics!

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