Create Check Sheets Easily
What Is Check Sheet
The check sheet is a form (document) used to gather data in real time at the location where the data is generated. The data it obtains can be quantitative or qualitative. When the information is quantitative, the check sheet is sometimes called a tally sheet. It is sometimes referred to as a concentration diagram or location plot. It is a handy tool for data collecting and analysis.
Check Sheet Tool
Edraw make it very easy to create check sheets by a variety of examples and tools. The latest version of Edraw has added the business form templates, which allow the users to create great-looking check sheet and project business process in minutes.
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When to Use Check Sheet
It is appropriate to use a check sheet when the data can be observed and collected repeatedly either by the same person or in the same location. It is also an effective tool when collecting data on frequency and identifying patterns of events, problems, defects, and defect location, and for identifying defect causes.
Comparison between Check Sheet and Check List
Check Sheet Example
This example shows the occurrence of faults during a whole week. Readers can see when did the fault happen most frequently and try to find out the causes and corresponding measures.
Advantages of Using Check Sheet
It offers a uniform format to collect data, which is beneficial for information analysis. Check sheets made by Edraw are editable and printable. Users can print blank sheets in large quantity once for usage in a long time. Alternatively, enter the data in computer firstly and then print it. Data shown in an organized and visual way can be understood more easily.