This course is available in virtual delivery – 5 x half day virtual training sessions.
Many experimenters are using an OFAT (one-factor-at-a-time) approach to their experimental designs. In addition to the issue of inefficiency, this approach fails to identify often crucially important interaction effects among factors. There are available to experimenters advanced analytical tools based on mathematical techniques and utilising special computer software, which will enable them to gain a deep understanding of their processes, including the impact of interactions among factors, and to do so in the most efficient manner with minimum numbers of experimental runs. These modern DOE tools will be presented on this training course.Collapse
(includes course documentation, lunch and refreshments)