SPC software MultiFunction Desktops

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In pre-8.2 GainSeeker® versions, you had a separate module (executable) for analyzing variable data, analyzing attribute data, and visualizing data with dashboards. Now all of these are in one module.

Charts & Dashboards. One easy desktop. Accessible in a few clicks.

MultiFunction Desktop displays dashboard, Variable, and Attribute Data on same page.

MultiFunction Desktop displays dashboard, Variable, and Attribute Data on same page.

You can get to all the analytical tools you need in one place.

While the convenience of this is obvious and intuitive, let’s point out something that may not be quite as obvious.

Longtime GainSeeker users are familiar with the concept of the Desktop. For many years, GainSeeker made it easy to save a group of charts in a Desktop. You could save the charts with relative dates (such as “current week” or “last 24 hours”), and whenever you opened the desktop, GainSeeker would get the data relative to the current date.

This was a great feature, but with three different modules you might have to open three different desktops (in three different programs) to get to the data you need.

Dashboard, variable, & Attribute data on one desktop.

Consolidating three modules into one means that you can have a single desktop that has a dashboard, a variable control chart, a Pareto chart, and a yield chart, for example, displayed at the same time.

This feature can save a lot of time, and make data much more visible and usable.

While we’re looking at this Desktop, take a look at the new tabbed interface. The charts above are tiled.

But if you double click on one of the tabs, you make that chart fill the entire screen. And the other charts still show up under their tab at the top of the page.

Drill down into the data.

This makes it easy to step through a whole family of charts with just a few clicks.

Drill into MultiFunction Desktop to get to underlying data.

Drill into MultiFunction Desktop to get to underlying data.

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