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Cause & Effect Diagrams
 

Cause and Effect diagrams (Ishikawa diagrams) are a graphical tool used to list and categorize possible causes of a problem. It looks like a fish skeleton and is sometimes called a ‘fishbone diagram’.

The main categories are often selected as Methods, Equipment, Personnel, Materials, but other categories may be selected as appropriate:

 

cause and effect diagram

 

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