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DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS COURSE CONTENTS
 :: INTRODUCTION TO FACTORIAL DESIGN The Simulation The Two Factor Simulation The 22 Factorial The Interactions The Interaction Plot Calculating the Interaction Coded Factors Coded Factor Calculations Regression Equation Coded to Physical Conversion The Response Surface The Bald Tires Activity Marginal Average Graphs Battery Filling Case Study :: FULL FACTORIAL DESIGN Using Three Factors The Coded Factor Matrix The Balanced Matrix Randomization Creating the Minitab Design Collecting the Results Analyzing the Minitab Design The Session Window Analysis The Factorial Plots The Coded Factor Matrix in Minitab Five Factors Catapult Case Study :: FRACTIONAL FACTORIAL DESIGN Fractional Factorials The Aliases Example The Defining Relation Design Resolution The 25-2 Design The aliases of the 25-2 Design Exercise Foldover Designs with Minitab Adding the Data Analyzing the Design Exercise Review of Fractional Factorials Examples

 :: HYPOTHESIS TESTS The Simulation The Mean of a Sample Hypothesis Tests Calculating the p-Value Hypothesis Test Misconceptions Type I and Type II Errors Power Two Sided Tests The t-Distribution Sample Size Comparing two Processes Paired t-Test :: SINGLE FACTORS EXPERIMENTS The Simulation Sum of Squares Interpreting the Sum of Squares The F Test The Mean Square Calculating the F Statistic Using Minitab Case Study Residual Analysis Residual vs Fits Examples :: ANALYZING EXPERIMENTS ANOVA and Factorial Designs The t-test and Factorial Designs Number of Replications and Power The Three Factor Design Interpreting the P-Values Unusual Observations Fitting the Model Transformations Identifying the Need Applying the Transform Selecting a Transform Exercise Screening Designs Collecting the Data The Analysis Optimizing the Response Response Optimizer Plackett-Burman Designs Plackett-Burman Exercise Case Study

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