As a rule, counting, measurement and experimental data of various origins are initially protocolled or stored in the order of their occurrence. For descriptive and/or analytical processing of such data, it is often advantageous, at times even mandatory, to sort the data in ascending or descending order according to their size, i.e., to bring them into a so-called rank order. In particular, in applied statistics, rank orders form the foundation for certain evaluation methods or graphical presentations, for example in probability charts.
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Title: The Factory Diagnosis Diagram: an Efficient Tool for Quality Control
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