Interrelationship Digraph for the Root Cause of Poor Quality

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Interrelationship digraphs show cause-and-effect relationships and help analyze the natural links between different aspects of a complex situation.

​High number of outgoing arrows > Root cause or driver

​High number of incoming arrows > Key effect or outcome


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