Definitions for "Fishbone diagram"
See "cause and effect diagram."
Also known as a Cause and Effect Diagram or an Ishikawa Diagram, this is a tool for study of processes. It shows possible causes of an effect on the "bones" branching out from a line representing the process which produces the effect. Its primary limitation is that it has no means for adequately showing the possible inter-relationships of the various causes.
A graph used in quality control to identify possible problem causes. Also called an Ishikawa diagram after its inventor.
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a tool used by M-Quality teams