- design of experiments
This introduction to DOE showcases the power and utility of this statistical tool while teaching the audience how to plan and analyze an experiment. It is also an attempt to dispel the conception that DOE is reserved only for those with advanced mathematics training. It will be demonstrated that DOE is primarily a logic tool that can be easily grasped and applied, requiring only basic math skills.
The book's intent is to introduce the basics and persuade the reader of the power of this tool. The material covered will still be sufficient to support a high proportion of the experiments one may wish to perform.
- Experiments with Two Factors
- The Analytical Procedures
- The Eight Steps for Analysis of Effects
- Review of the Experimental Procedures
- The Spreadsheet Approach
- Experiments with Three Factors
- Variation Analysis
- Analysis with Unreplicated Experiments
- Screening Design
- Other Types of Design
- Problems and Questions
- Review of the Basics in Managing DOE
- What Inhibits Applications of DOE?