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Your mind is lost amidst the din
Your palms sweat, your keyboard shakes
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You can't sleep, you can't eat
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In October Stat-Ease's Shari Kraber presented an intermediate-level webinar on A Flexible Strategy for More Effective Experimentation—Taking Designs Apart and Putting Them Together Again. If you were unable to attend one of the three live sessions and would like to watch a recording of the presentation, please click here and scroll down to the webinar. You will also find a PDF of the presentation available there. We encourage you to take advantage of this free opportunity to expand your DOE skills.
Stat-Ease will be exhibiting this week at MD&M Minneapolis in Minneapolis, MN (Booth 733), and also at the 2014 ASQ Technical Communities Conference (TCC) in Orlando, FL (Booth 29). Don't miss Mark Anderson's talk at TCC on the “Factorial DOE Planning Process.” If you are in the area, please stop by and visit us. We hope to see you soon!
On October 22nd, 2014—and again on the 23rd and 24th—Shari Kraber will present a free webinar on "A Flexible Strategy for More Effective Experimentation—Taking Designs Apart and Putting Them Together Again."
In this one-hour webinar, Shari will provide methods for creating experiment designs progressively so that knowledge can be gained steadily via iterative steps.
Using Design-Expert® software she will also demonstrate how to augment completed designs that fall short of adequately modeling the critical response(s). To learn more and sign up, click here (and scroll down to the webinar).
Stat-Ease and our co-organizer and local host, PRISMTC, recently held the 5th European DOE User Meeting in Cambridge, UK. The event, located at historic and beautiful Downing College, featured workshops, DOE case studies, and statistical talks. A great time was enjoyed by all who attended. Read an excellent synopsis of the conference (with pictures!) by Sebastian Hoffmeister on the Statcon blog.