New QualStat Update is Live

QualStat 5 Release 41 is now available using the ‘Check for Update’ on the Help menu. The XML import routines have been updated to be more robust and a problem with the auto-decomposition in baseline creation has been addressed. Download it now to keep QualStat up to date.

QualStat 5 Release 38 Available

Just a small update to let you know that QualStat 5 Release 38 is now available using the ‘Check for Update’ on the Help menu.

QualStat 5 Demo Updated

The demo version of QualStat 5 (available for free download here) has been updated to reflect the changes in the full version of the software. There have been some significant new features and fixes so if you are currently evaluating the product, you will want to get the latest version.

New Flash Demo Available

There’s a new flash demonstration that shows how to bring data into QualStat from Excel using the clipboard. The nice thing about using the clipboard is that you can import a small portion of a spreadsheet rather than loading the entire XLS file and removing additional data. The one thing that you need to be careful with is not to place a format on the cells that limit the number of decimal places shown in Excel. Due to the textual nature of the clipboard, the data precision is limited. You should definitely check out this demo if you aren’t using this feature now.

QualStat Update

A new version of QualStat is now available. This version corrects a few defects in the software and also adds the ability to use a Date field on the horizontal axis of the T² charts. This new feature is very useful when there are gaps in your data. If you are a QualStat user, you can get the update quickly by selecting the Check for Update option from the Help menu.

Comments and Suggestions Welcome

If you’ve purchased QualStat 5, we want to thank you. Part of making the next version of QualStat is to understand the ways in which the software is used and integrating new and exciting features. If you would like to make a comment about the current version or suggestions for the next version, send them to Thanks for help in making QualStat even better.

Special Thanks

We want to thank those that attended the March MVSPC course in Baton Rouge! There was a lot of participation from the attendees and this made for some excellent discussion time. This was a great group of people. Remember that if you don’t have your course CD, you can still download the QualStat 5 demo with the link above. Don’t hesitate in contacting us if you have additional questions.

Two New QualStat 5 Demos

We have added a couple more Flash demonstrations on the Product Information page. One demonstrates a new module in QualStat that helps when importing from a data historian. The second demo show a simple MVSPC analysis (creation of a baseline and evaluation of new data). Make sure you check them both out.

Happy New Year

Happy New Year to all our QualStat users! If you are still using QualStat version 4, then now is the perfect time to upgrade to the latest version. With up to a 60% discount off of the retail price, it’s a easy way to increase your productivity during 2007.

QualStat 5 Update Available

We’ve released an update to QualStat 5 to correct a few issues that have been found. Updates are easy by using the Auto Update feature in the software.