Examples of Designed Experiments

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Hamaker, H. C.   (1961, ASQC)   Philips Research Laboratories, Netherlands

Industrial Quality Control    Vol. 17    No. 9
QICID: 4509    March 1961    pp. 16-20
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Article Abstract

Text book examples of designed experiments usually refer to a single design, where the standard statistical methods, such as analysis of variance, can be satisfactorily applied. The author describes two case histories taken from industrial experience where statistical thinking was of fundamental importance, but where text book theories did not apply.

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