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© 2009 Factory Strategies Group LLC. All rights reserved. Design of Experiments Quality Series (Sample Slides)
2 © 2009 Factory Strategies Group LLC. All rights reserved. Outline What is Design of Experiments? Method Step 1: Model Variables Step 2: Set Variable Targets Step 3: Experimental Plan Step 4: Testing Step 4: Analysis Effects, Replicates & Interactions
3 © 2009 Factory Strategies Group LLC. All rights reserved. DOE Goal Overall goal: To model a performance parameter (i.e., a physical phenomenon) as a function of design variables (i.e., things we can control about the design) Our approach: Follow the DOE methodology
4 © 2009 Factory Strategies Group LLC. All rights reserved. Step 5: Analysis Determine ß coefficients Regression analysis may be used (spreadsheets) ßs can be defined in terms of the effect a variable xi has on the perf. parameter
5 © 2009 Factory Strategies Group LLC. All rights reserved. Using the Effects From a response diagram point of view: Plot values of y vs. xi(-) and xi(+) Important DVDV has no effect on perf.
Statistics for Improving the Efficiency of Public Administration Daniel Peña Universidad Carlos III Madrid, Spain NTTS 2009 Brussels.
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Analysis by design Statistics is involved in the analysis of data generated from an experiment. It is essential to spend time and effort in advance to.
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Uncertain models and modelling uncertainty Marian Scott Dept of Statistics, University of Glasgow EMS workshop, Nottingham, April 2004.
So, like, how DO we do Science? IB Biology HL. The Scientific Method Has several stages: – Observation of a puzzling phenomenon – Making a guess as to.
McGraw-Hill/Irwin © 2003 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.,All Rights Reserved. Part Three SOURCES AND COLLECTION OF DATA.
Bi-Variate Data PPDAC. Types of data We are looking for a set of data that is affected by the other data sets in our spreadsheet. This variable is called.
Experimental Measurements and their Uncertainties Errors.
Lucienne Blessing Université du Luxembourg Autumn Lecture-Workshop series University of Bath, 19 November 2009 DRM, or how to do design research.
Multiple-choice question. Solution A. No, the F distribution has TWO parameters. B. The mean and variance are NOT the parameters of the F distribution.
The Design and Problem Solving Process. What is the point? A proven method and process Can be utilized for any problem Helps you to produce quality work.
The Laboratory Write-Up What is it? What do I need to hand in?
Ask a Question What are we testing? Step 1. Step 2 Research your topic. Look at the past work of others to see if this problem has already been tested.
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Multivariate Relationships Goal: Show a causal relationship between two variables (X Y) Elements of a cause-and-effect relationship: –Association between.
Objectives Uncertainty analysis Quality control Regression analysis.
Chapter 14: Usability testing and field studies. The aims: Explain how to do usability testing through examples. Outline the basics of experimental design.
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LN # 1 Scientific Methods. Science The word science comes from the Latin verb meaning to know. In science observations lead to questions about the natural.
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5 chapter Based on: Business Essentials, 7 th Edition Ebert/Griffin © 2009 Pearson Education, Inc. Mr. AGUNG PRAPTAPA Teaching Material for MM 2010 BUSINESS.
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