Maximum Acceptable Subgroup Size - short version

When a varying sample size is being used in a p or u-control chart, the maximum acceptable sample size is usually a sample size that is twenty-five percent larger than the average sample size. Any subgroup with a sample size larger than the maximum acceptable subgroup size has to have control limits calculated specifically for that subgroup.

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