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Illustrated with numerous real-world examples borrowed from a broad base of industries, Introduction to Designed Experiments with JMP Examples, Third Edition, employs a gentle, progressive approach to using designed experiments. The book covers basic ideas, terminology, and the application of techniques necessary to conduct a study using the design of experiments (DOE) framework. This edition addresses a wide array of designs, such as these: full-factorial designs fractional-factorial designs response surface designs, including composite, Box-Behnken, and Doehlert designs mixture designs optimal designs discrete-variable designs The text is written for researchers and engineers who want to create well-organized experiments and obtain results that will yield the best possible information and insights. JMP software is integrated throughout the text and examples of the book, allowing you to solve problems efficiently, make decisions, and gain experience using JMP software. This title was previously published by Dunod under EAN 9782100056064.
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