Weibull Probability Plotting
How to learn more by just looking!
podcast episode with speaker Chris Jackson
If you are a reliability engineer – chances are you have done a Weibull plot. You take something like failure data, put it into a piece of software, and presto!
You get a straight line with other numbers and stuff that makes your organization smarter! But if you know a couple of things (or tricks of the trade) you can simply look at this so-called straight line and learn a lot more than some numbers will ever teach you.
Data is only as useful as the information you get from it. So would you like to take your reliability engineering or probability plotting skills to the next level? Then check out this webinar!
This Accendo Reliability webinar originally broadcast on 24 March 2020.
To view the recorded video/audio of the event visit the webinar page.
John Evans says
Hi Just new to this and doing some professional development. Have done an australian diploma in engineering: Technical Mechanical and have a mechanical trade and work for one of the 3 big iron ore produces in mobile maintenance asset health.
Any chance of finding a link to the 8steps of probability plotting You mentioned and a link to the Webinar you mentioned on the construction of the example weibull plot?
Christopher Jackson says
With regard to your question – I do teach that in a separate course where we go through what probability plotting is, how it relates to Weibull distributions, and a worked example. Please let me know if you would like to learn more.