Hi all. I'm trying to come up with a way to determine if the defectivity of a particular widget is 'different' to the usual defectivity of a widget. The difficulty comes from the fact that widgets are made in batches of 25. We'd like to investigate any widgets which have a higher (or lower) defect count than should be expected.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Is it Ok to use a non-parametric test on the widget defect count, despite the fact that the variance of defectivity within a batch is less than the variance between batches. E.g. if only 3 batches have been made, what is the sample size? 75? This doesn't seem right to me...

Any insight or suggestion is very welcome. Thank you!

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