*INSET and INSET2 Statements* |

## Summary of INSET Keywords

All keywords available with the SHEWHART procedure's INSET and
INSET2 statements
request a single statistic in an inset, except for the NTESTS,
NTESTS2 and DATA= keywords.
The NTESTS and NTESTS2 keywords each require a list of indexes specifying
the tests for special causes whose counts of positive results are to
be displayed:
inset ntests 1 2 3 4;
inset ntests2 1 to 4;

For each of the requested tests, the number of positive results for
the test is displayed in the inset. So if tests 1 through 4 are
requested the results occupy four lines in the inset.

The DATA= keyword specifies a SAS data set containing (label, value)
pairs to be displayed in an inset. The data set must contain the
variables _LABEL_ and _VALUE_. _LABEL_ is a character variable
whose values provide labels for inset entries.
_VALUE_ can be character or numeric, and provides values displayed
in the inset. The label and value from each observation in the
DATA= data set occupy one line in the inset. Figure 45.3 shows an
inset containing entries from a DATA= data set.

**Table 45.1:** 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 on
primary chart |

NLOW | number of subgroups below lower control limit on
primary chart |

NHIGH | number of subgroups above upper control limit on
primary chart |

NTESTS | number of positive results of tests for special causes on
primary chart |

STDDEV | estimated or specified process standard deviation |

DATA= | (label, value) pairs from *SAS-data-set* |

**Table 45.2:** Secondary Chart Summary Statistics
MEAN2 | mean of subgroup ranges or standard deviations |

NOUT2 | number of subgroups outside control limits on
secondary chart |

NLOW2 | number of subgroups below lower control limit on
secondary chart |

NHIGH2 | number of subgroups above upper control limit on
secondary chart |

NTESTS2 | number of positive results of tests for special causes on
secondary chart |

**Table 45.3:** Specification Limits
LSL | lower specification limit |

USL | upper specification limit |

TARGET | target value |

**Table 45.4:** Capability Indices and Confidence Limits
CIALPHA | value for computing capability index
confidence limits |

CP | capability index *C*_{p} |

CPLCL | lower confidence limit for *C*_{p} |

CPUCL | upper confidence limit for *C*_{p} |

CPK | capability index *C*_{pk} |

CPKLCL | lower confidence limit for *C*_{pk} |

CPKUCL | upper confidence limit for *C*_{pk} |

CPL | capability index *CPL* |

CPLLCL | lower confidence limit for *CPL* |

CPLUCL | upper confidence limit for *CPL* |

CPM | capability index *C*_{pm} |

CPMLCL | lower confidence limit for *C*_{pm} |

CPMUCL | upper confidence interval for *C*_{pm} |

CPU | capability index *CPU* |

CPULCL | lower confidence limit for *CPU* |

CPUUCL | upper confidence limit for *CPU* |

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