the Right Design Type for your Designed Experiment - Webinar
- per your schedule
Presented by: Jayme Lahey, Technical Director
Presentation time: 1 hour
Cost: $69.00 for first attendee (+ $20.00 for each additional attendee)
the appropriate design type for your designed experiment is
critical. Should you run a full-factorial, fractional-factorial,
Box-Behken, D-optimal, or some other design type? Powerful
software packages now offer "so many choices" but
choosing the right design type can often be very confusing.
This one hour webinar will discuss some of the key considerations
for selecting a design.
Anyone who would like to learn more about how to properly
select the correct design type for their designed experiment.
Attendees will need high speed internet access and audio.
The webinar will be run with GoToMeeting software. A quick
(approximately 2 minute) install will be needed to view the
webinar. This may be done during registration or upon webinar
- A Good
Stages for Conducting a Designed Experiment
an Orthogonal Array
Factors and Levels
- Noise Factors
the Design Type
- Full Factorial
Software to Help
Jayme Lahey is the Technical Director of Launsby Consulting
in Colorado Springs, CO. Jayme has over 20 years experience
in the process engineering and quality control world. Jayme
has also created numerous on-line course offerings for Launsby
Consulting and other companies. Jayme is the co-author of
Design for Injection Molding"
Today's Designed Experiments"
Validation for Business Success"
For further information or questions, please contact Launsby
Consulting at 1-719-282-1143.
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