Are you new to design of experiments (DOE) and not sure where to begin? Stat-Ease offers software, training, articles, books, online tutorials, newsletters, FAQs and DOE Resources, consulting services, and technical support to get you started. Whether you want to solve a specific quality problem, create the perfect product, improve your process, find a cheaper but equally good solution, or validate your process and procedures, Stat-Ease can help.
Stat-Ease publishes Design-Expert® software for design of experiments. For more information click here.
If you have the software but need help learning how to use it, try going through some of the tutorials found here.
The quickest and easiest way to learn design of experiments is to attend a workshop. The class most suited to beginners is Experiment Design Made Easy. This computer-intensive workshop covers the practical aspects of DOE. You learn all about simple but powerful two-level factorial designs. During this introductory DOE workshop, you will discover how to effectively:
Stat-Ease offers a wealth of articles on DOE. If you would like to learn more about this subject, we recommend you begin with the articles below.
Click here to go the Articles page and see all available DOE articles and case studies.
Visit the Stat-Ease bookstore for recommended books on DOE. To get you off to a good start we suggest:
DOE Simplified: Practical Tools for Effective Experimentation, 3rd Edition, by Anderson & Whitcomb—This updated introductory text covers all of the basic essentials and is filled with interesting anecdotes and sidebars that make it fun to read.
Bring the DOE Simplified, 3rd Edition book to life with it's companion e-learning experience, the DOE Simplified Launchpad. 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. For more information, click here.
Stat-Ease offers free webinars on a variety of subjects several times during the year. You can register for any upcoming webinar here. Also on that page are listings of past webinars with recordings that you can view at your leisure.
Use the search bar above for answers to your specific questions. You will find a wealth of information in Mark Anderson's bi-monthly e-mail newsletter, the DOE FAQ Alert. Sign up to receive the latest FAQ's, alerts to timely articles, free software updates, and interesting tidbits.
Stat-Ease offers a large collection of case studies and articles on DOE. Look for applications in your industry.