1. Exploratory Data Analysis
1.3. EDA Techniques
1.3.3. Graphical Techniques: Alphabetic
184.108.40.206. Youden Plot
Youden plots are a graphical technique for analyzing
interlab data when each lab has made two runs on the
same product or one run on two different products.
The Youden plot is a simple but effective method for comparing both the within-laboratory variability and the between-laboratory variability.
This Youden plot of the UGIANSKY.DAT data set shows:
Response 1 Versus Response 2 Coded by Lab
Youden plots are formed by:
The Youden plot can be used to answer the following
|In interlaboratory studies or in comparing two runs from the same lab, it is useful to know if consistent results are generated. Youden plots should be a routine plot for analyzing this type of data.
|DOE Youden Plot
|The DOE Youden plot is a specialized Youden plot used in the design of experiments. In particular, it is useful for full and fractional designs.
|The Youden plot is essentially a scatter plot, so it should be feasible to write a macro for a Youden plot in any general purpose statistical program that supports scatter plots.