Math of DOE
Introduction to the Math of DOE is a workshop for scientists, chemists, troubleshooters, and engineers who wish to understand the mathematics behind DOE calculations. The math is done by hand.
Benefits of the Workshop
- You will know how to calculate b-coefficients by hand.
- You will be able to create graphs to test for consistent estimates of the standard deviation.
- You will be able to calculate confidence limits for b-coefficients and predictions.
- You will be able to calcuate prediction limits for predictions.
- You will be able to calculate design quality parameters
In 2 days you will learn
- How to use matrix mathematics to build a model.
- How to calculate uncertainties in your model parameters and predictions.
- How to create a Normal Probability Plot, a Predictions vs. Residuals Plot, and a Box-Cox Plot.
- How to judge the number of accurate decimal places in your results.
- How to calculate VIF's.
- How to calculate a correlation matrix.
- How to code responses for desirability and use a grid search technique to find Sweet Spots
This is What Happens During the Training
- You will review basic principles of matrix mathematics.
- You will build a model from data collected using a designed experiment using only hand calculations. You will perform an entire Response Surface Analysis by hand.
- You will learn to calculate design quality parameters and use them to judge the overall quality of a design.