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Seven quality tools training is incomplete without learning of control charts. Control charts help to control the process with in the set control limits. Control charts are mainly two types; Mean Chart and Range Chart. Mean chart showcase the process data complied by the designated person and signal when the data go beyond the control limits. Every process has variation and due to this variation data get fluctuated. This fluctuation shown on the mean and range chart by data points. The causes of fluctuation in the data are assignable and common causes. Due to common causes data fluctuated around the average of the data but due to assignable cause data go beyond the control limits. When data go beyond the control limits control charts warn the operator that something is going wrong in the process and need to special attention. Mean chart is the spread of the mean values of the samples around the mean line. Range chart is spread of the range of samples around the mean line of range.