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Practical Data Analysis with JMP® by Robert Carver

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Application

In this session, we have not worked with pre-saved data tables, but instead have created data tables based on different DOE principles. Use what you've learned in this chapter to design some experiments suitable for the scenarios presented here. Each exercise specifies a random seed so that your design can be compared to a solution prepared by the author.

  1. Scenario: We'll continue our work on concrete compressive strength.

    1. Return to our initial full factorial design and add a fourth categorical factor representing the type of stone used as a coarse aggregate. Set the initial values as Granite or Marble. Leave all other settings as they were initially, but set the random number seed to 27513. Make the data table, and report on the ...

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