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- Normality Analysis
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- Sample from Columns
- Regression Analysis
- Reliability Analysis
- Lot Acceptance Plan
- Sample Size Analysis
- Time Series Analysis

- Analysis
- Miscellaneous

Sigma Magic Help Version 15

- Document the problem that you are trying to address
- Translate this problem to a general problem (contradiction)
- Determine the general solution based on TRIZ findings
- Translate that into your own solution for your problem

1 | Application Area: Specify from which area you want to see the TRIZ examples.
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2 | Improving Feature: Identify the feature that you are trying to improve. You will need to translate your problem objective and determine the closest match to the list of standard features. For example, if we want to increase the strength of a product without adversely impacting the weight, then strength would be the improving feature. | ||||||

3 | Worsening Feature: Identify the feature that will get worse as a result of improving the main feature. For example, if we want to increase the strength of a product without adversely impacting the weight, then weight would be the worsening feature. | ||||||

4 | View Example:
Click on this button to open the example file. You can view the example to get an idea of how to fill out this tool or you can use the example as a starting point and modify it to meet your project needs.
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5 | Help Button: Click on this button to open the help file for this topic. | ||||||

6 | Cancel Button: Click on this button to cancel all changes to the settings and exit this dialog box. | ||||||

7 | OK Button: Click on this button to save all changes and compute the outputs for this analysis. |

- Create a solution for the problem of providing customized service to customers without impacting complexity (TRIZ 1.xlsm).

- Triz Journal: http://www.triz-journal.com