The syntax for the INSET statement is as follows:
- INSET keyword-list < / options >;
You can use any number of INSET statements in the MACONTROL procedure.
Each INSET statement produces a separate inset and
must follow an MACHART or EWMACHART statement.
The inset appears on every panel (page) produced by the last chart
statement preceding it.
Keywords specify the statistics to be displayed in an inset;
options control the inset's location and appearance.
A complete description of the INSET statement syntax is given
starting at "Syntax"
of Part 9, "The SHEWHART Procedure." The INSET
statement options are identical in the
MACONTROL and SHEWHART
procedures, but the available keywords are
different. The keywords available with the MACONTROL procedure
are listed in Table 22.1 to Table 22.3.
Table 22.1: Summary Statistics
|MEAN||estimated or specified process mean|
|N||nominal subgroup size|
|NMIN||minimum subgroup size|
|NMAX||maximum subgroup size|
|NOUT||number of subgroups outside control limits|
|NLOW||number of subgroups below lower control limit|
|NHIGH||number of subgroups above upper control limit|
|STDDEV||estimated or specified process standard deviation|
|DATA=||arbitrary values from SAS-data-set|
Table 22.2: Parameter for Uniformly Weighted Moving Average Charts
|SPAN||number of terms used to calculate moving average|
Table 22.3: Parameter for Exponentially Weighted Moving Average Charts
|WEIGHT||weight assigned to most recent subgroup mean in computation
of the EWMA|
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