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Expand, contract, or shift your design space to hone in on an optimal area. DX13's wizard makes this easy for both process and mixture designs. Re-use existing data (or remove some) and make the most out of your experiment!
Use Poisson regression to fit more precise models when the response is count data (discrete, non-negative), such as the number of defects per unit or the number of occurrences per time period.
Easily model any response in various ways to easily compare them. Simply press the plus (+) button on the Analysis branch and try different model reduction methods or transformations. Choose the best analysis for achieving optimization goals.