# Blank Control Chart

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The Control Charts in this document are very useful and the most common types of control charts, for example the X-Bar chart (which allows you to do plotting the mean of a sample over time). Also you can find the S-chart (plotting the sample standard deviation over time and the R-chart (to do plotting of a range or Max-Min of a sample over time).

These blank control charts are based on the terminology used and that explains the formulas and steps for creating these control charts.

This file contains blank control chart templates that can be used for statistical analysis. For example for Mean and Range, or sample Mean and Standard Deviation (2 worksheets in one). You can just put your your own data in the charts, in order to visualize the data. Control limits are calculated based on the data you enter. In the X-bar & R control chart, the number of observations per sample (n) can be between 2 and 25. In the X-bar & S chart, n must be greater than 4.
Although there are many Statistical Process Control (SPC) software tools available to analyze and visualize data, it happens that researchers also create control charts in Excel or on a hardcopy.
For those, these blank Control Chart Templates can be very useful. Also it can function as educational tools to teach childeren or adults and to make equations.

Instead, we provide this standardized Blank Control Chart template with text and formatting as a starting point to help professionalize the way you are working. If time or quality is of the essence, this ready-made template can help you to save time and to focus on the topics that really matter!

Using this control chart document guarantees you will save time and effort! It comes in Microsoft Office format, is ready to be tailored to your personal needs. Completing your data analysis has never been easier!

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