Factorial Split-Plot Designs for Hard-to-Change Factors (FSPD) (1/2 day)
Real-world experimentation often requires restrictions on randomization to make the experiment easier to run. Split-plot designs make this possible. This half-day “add-on” to the Experiment Design Made Easy workshop shows you how to set up these practical factorial designs and analyze the results, accounting for the differing variances in the hard-to-change (HTC) factors versus the easy-to-change (ETC) factors. As you will learn in this computer-intensive workshop, the split-plot structure also dramatically affects the power for detecting effects relative to a completely randomized design. Power for HTC factors is lower and for ETC factors higher. Delve into the pros and cons of using split-plot designs and gain proficiency in setting them up and capitalizing on the results. This is the workshop that resolves real-world randomization issues!
Prerequisite: Experiment Design Made Easy (EDME) workshop
|Section 1: Regular Two-Level Split Plots|
|Section 2: Multi-level and Optimal (Custom) Split Plots|
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Workshop location details will be provided with your confirmation letter, which you will receive once the minimum enrollment requirements are met.
Here are addresses we have used in the past:
Minneapolis, MN (Stat-Ease headquarters): 2021 East Hennepin Ave, Suite 480, Minneapolis, MN 55413
San Diego, CA: 350 10th Avenue, Suite 950, San Diego, California 92101, Website
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