Ishikawa Diagrams are often used to investigate how different risk factors can combine together to cause a specific outcome and are common techniques for quality control or defect inquires. The diagrams are quite popular because they are easy to understand and they can also be appraised by technical or non-technical managers alike.

Ishikawa Diagrams explained and demonstrated using R-Project in a couple of minutes.

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