JVT

First Steps in Experimental Design II: More on Screening Experiments | IVT

Design of experiments (DOE) consists of three basic stages:  screening to identify important factors, response surface methodology to define the optimal space, and model validation to confirm predictions. A critical preliminary step in the screening stage is for subject matter experts to identify the key list of factors that may influence the process. A DOE design consists of a table whose rows represent experimental trials and whose columns (vectors) give the corresponding factor levels. In a DOE analysis, the factor level columns are used to estimate the corresponding factor main effects. Interaction...

This content is only available to IVT members.
Get help maintaining your knowledge in GMP - Variation & Statistics. Read More!

If you are already a member and you do not have access to this article, upgrade your membership.
Need help? Read our FAQs.




Product Added Successfully

This product has been added to your account and you can access it from your dashboard. As a member, you are entitled to a total of 0 products.

Do you want access to more of our products? Upgrade your membership now!

Your Product count is over the limit

Do you want access to more of our products? Upgrade your membership now!

Product added to cart successfully.

You can continue shopping or proceed to checkout.