- Introduction
- Project
- Analytics Templates
- Pre-Process Data
- Basic Charts
- Hierarchical Cluster
- Kmeans Cluster
- Correspondence Analysis
- Conditional Tree
- Recursive Tree
- Discriminant Analysis
- Exploratory Factor Analysis
- Generalized Linear Model
- Heat Map
- KNN
- Marginal Plot
- Naive Bayes
- Network Plot
- Neural Networks
- Random Forest
- Scatter Matrix
- Tree Map
- Word Cloud
- XGBoost Analysis

- Change Templates
- Lean Templates
- 30-60-90 Plans
- 5 Why Analysis
- 5S+1 Audit
- Lean Maturity Assessment
- Hoshin Analysis
- Kanban Analysis
- Leader Standard Work
- OEE Analysis
- A3 Report
- Kaizen Report
- One Point Lesson
- SMED Analysis
- Spaghetti Diagram
- Standard Work
- TAKT Time
- Time Study
- True North
- Value Stream Map
- Waste Analysis
- Work Combination
- Workload Balance

- Graph Templates
- Projects Templates
- Balanced Scorecard
- Benefit Effort Plot
- C&E Diagram
- C&E Matrix
- Closure Form
- Check Sheet
- Control Plan
- Design Scorecard
- FMEA Analysis
- Fault Tree Analysis
- Financial Benefits
- Is - Is Not Analysis
- Kano Analysis
- Process Map
- Relationship Diagram
- Meeting Minutes
- Project Charter
- Project Filter
- GANTT Chart
- Implementation Plan
- QFD Analysis
- SIPOC Analysis
- Pugh Analysis
- Solution Matrix
- Tree Diagram
- TRIZ Analysis

- Stats Templates
- Format Data
- Basic Stats
- Capability Analysis
- Compare Data Sets
- Control Charts
- Correlation Analysis
- DOE - Factorial Design
- DOE - Taguchi Design
- Distribution Identification
- Probability Calculations
- Monte Carlo Simulation
- MSA - Linearity & Bias
- MSA - Gage R&R
- Normality Analysis
- Normality - Transform Data
- Optimization
- Generate Random Data
- Sample from Columns
- Regression Analysis
- Reliability Analysis
- Lot Acceptance Plan
- Sample Size Analysis
- Time Series Analysis

- Analysis
- Miscellaneous

Sigma Magic Help Version 15

Note that not every tool is required for every project. Use the tools that make sense for your project. When you add a tool to your workbook, it is added as a new worksheet. You can add new worksheets, perform the required analysis and delete those worksheets that don't add value to your analysis.

Note that both the data and the analysis are stored in each workbook. This way, if you share a specific workbook with others, they will have your raw data as well if they want to recreate your analysis results. Each workbook is a self-contained unit. It contains your data, your analysis settings, your session window, and your graphs. If you just share your workbook with other users, they have sufficient information to recreate your entire analysis.

An example project file is shown below. A project file typically contains a summary tab which contains a summary of all the analysis tabs in your workbook. A data tab that stores all the data required by the project and a list of tabs for all the analyses you would have run for your project.

It is recommended that for each project you work on, you save the work in a different Excel file. The advantage of this is that you can find all the analysis you have done on a project in a single file and you don't need to look for multiple files to look for all your analysis. You can look for the different analyses by looking at the various tabs within your workbook.

You can use the

For this software to work properly, you must not add or delete any rows or columns in the worksheet. The software is expecting data in certain locations; if you add or delete rows, then the software will not be able to find the data, and the software may no longer work. If you feel that you may have inadvertently corrupted the worksheet, just delete the worksheet and add a new worksheet and work with it. The places where the software expects user data entry is shown in white cells, and other areas are shown in a different color (gray or blue).