Paynter Chart is a graphical tool that was developed by Marvin Paynter at Ford Motors to analyze product failure and to verify the effectiveness of the corrective actions. A Paynter chart combines a Trend or a Run chart with a Pareto chart. The total count of a bar in a Pareto chart is subdivided across the time period to analyze the underlying trends or problem areas (the counts across the time periods could either be represented by a stacked bar chart or a normal bar chart). Once the corrective action(s) is/are implemented, the size of the bars start decreasing verifying that the corrective action is effective
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