Unformatted text preview: give more specifics about the levels of the factors. In addition, you should include all information about other factors (constant, nuisance, etc. Again the guide sheet should be used here too. Steps for Planning, Conducting & Analyzing an Experiment 1. Recognition of & statement of problem 2. Choice of factors, levels, and ranges 3. Selection of the response variable(s) 4. Choice of design 5. Conducting the experiment 6. Statistical analysis 7. Drawing conclusions, recommendations In the second presentation you will find: "Master Guide Sheet that can be used to help plan and design an experiment."...
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- Spring '10
- Statistics, interim reports, master guide sheet