Continuous Distributions

If the data is classified as Continuous, the following are links to most common Continuous Distributions used in Six Sigma projects. A BB/GB should be familiar with the following:

1) Uniform Distribution
2) Normal Distribution
3) Exponential Distribution
4) T Distribution
5) Chi-Square Distribution
6) F Distribution

A few other continuous distributions are the Beta, Gamma, Cauchy, Lognormal, Weibull, Double Exponential, Power Normal, Power Log Normal, Bivariate Normal, Logistic, Gumbel, and Tukey-Lambda.

Click here for an overview of Discrete Distributions.



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