DOE Simplified Launchpad

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Bring the DOE Simplified, 3rd Edition book to life with this companion e-learning experience. This completely narrated presentation of the first three chapters of the book includes hands-on exercises and is designed to bring you up to speed on the basics of the two-level factorial design.

Expected completion time: 5 hours

DOE Simplified Launchpad

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DOE Simplified Launchpad

Jumpstart your learning of DOE by enrolling in the DOE Simplified Launchpad, an e-learning self-study experience. This highly interactive, narrated presentation brings the first 3 chapters of the DOE Simplified book to life! It's like having our team of instructors come right to you. Topics covered include:

  • Basic statistics for DOE—normal distribution, mean, confidence intervals
  • Simple comparative experiments—the F-test simplified
  • Two-level factorial design—design setup, analysis, and interpretation of model graphs.

Expected completion time: 5 hours

Registration to this course provides you with access to the web-based training content for 120 days. Successful completion of the course will allow you to print a course completion certificate with 5 PDH credits (.5 CEUs). Note: Only one registration can be processed per individual.  Each person taking the course must register separately.

Course Outline

Agenda

  1. Basic statistics for DOE—normal distribution, descriptive statistics, confidence intervals
  2. Simple comparative tests—F-test simplified, blocking
  3. Two-level factorial design—factorial design, interactions, ANOVA, residual diagnostics
  4. Practice problems

 

Prerequisites

None

Additional Information

PDHs 5 (.5 CEUs)
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Recommended Texts and Software

This e-learning course is designed to accompany the textbook DOE Simplified, 3rd Edition.

Please use either your purchased license of Design-Expert® software, or download the trial software to build your factorial DOE.