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Latin Squares, Central Tendencies, and Cubes

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Formulas for operational measures of central tendency on four to eight data points are explained. A comparison of the four-point formula with the arithmetic average as a measure of central tendency is provided. An historical note on interpolating the Latin square with Pearson's equation is included. New equations for representing data at the corners of rectangular prisms are provided.

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  • Topics: Data Quality
  • Keywords: Latin squares,Pearson system,Operational methods
  • Author: Silver, G.L.
  • Journal: Quality Engineering