Continuous Data

Continuous data is measured on a continuous scale.  For example, an off-the-shelf air gage might read 30 psi when checking an automobile tire, but a higher resolution gage might read that same tire pressure as 30.1 psi.  Other continuous data examples include –

  • Curing oven temperature or time
  • Moisture content in a paper tube
  • Press force for a bearing assembly operation
  • Product measurements such as diameter, length, weight, etc.
  • On-hold time for a customer calling into a customer service team


 

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