As discussed in Chapter 4, experimental design decides which variables will be examined and their values, which data will be collected, how many experiments have to be run and how many times the experiments have to be repeated. In other words, a decision is made on how the experiment will actually be arranged. This chapter examines the different kinds of experimental design there are and the circumstances under which each one should be used.
KeywordsFactorial Design Fractional Factorial Design Blocking Variable Usual Technique Nest Design
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