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  • I have to do one for overseas recruitment of staff nursing thanks paddy

  • Paddy replied to the topic Six sigma in France in the forum Europe 17 years, 1 month ago

    Anybody working freelance in France?

  • Paddy replied to the topic DOE: Reducing the Model in the forum General 17 years, 10 months ago

    Strange.   I just repeated the test on a 3 factor DOE (full factorial) with only the 3-way interaction significant.   I can take out any or all the 2-ways without any complaint from MTB.   I’ve never seen the message you mention.

  • Paddy replied to the topic DOE: Reducing the Model in the forum General 17 years, 10 months ago

    Just did it in Minitab 14.1 and it worked fine!

  • Paddy replied to the topic DOE: Reducing the Model in the forum General 17 years, 10 months ago

    Stan,
    I don’t follow you.   Please note that you responded to an incomplete message from me.   If you want to add your insight, then please respond to message 62713 which was my complete one.
    Thanks

  • Paddy replied to the topic DOE: Reducing the Model in the forum General 17 years, 10 months ago

    Stan,
    I don’t
    62713

  • Paddy replied to the topic DOE: Reducing the Model in the forum General 17 years, 10 months ago

    Sorry about all the posts – had some problems when I was writing it!
    The answer is simply no – you do not have to keep insignificant interactions in the model.
    Let’s say you are using Minitab to analyse a 3-factor (A, B & C) design with teh following results:
    Factor       p-val…[Read more]

  • Paddy replied to the topic DOE: Reducing the Model in the forum General 17 years, 10 months ago

    The answer is simply no – you do not have to keep insignificant interactions in the model.
    Let’s say you are using Minitab to analyse a 3-factor (A, B & C) design with teh following results:
    Factor       p-value
    A              0.98
    B               0.54
    C              0.03
    A*B                          
     
    .   If A*B*C turns out to be…[Read more]

  • Paddy replied to the topic DOE: Reducing the Model in the forum General 17 years, 10 months ago

    The answer is simply no – you do not have to keep insignificant interactions in the model.
    Let’s say you are using Minitab to analyse a 3-factor (A, B & C) design with teh following results:
    Factor       p-value
    A              0.98
    B               0.54
    C              0.03
    A*B                         
     
    .   If A*B*C turns out to b…[Read more]

  • Paddy replied to the topic DOE: Reducing the Model in the forum General 17 years, 10 months ago

    The answer is simply no – you do not have to keep insignificant interactions in the model.
    Let’s say you are using Minitab to analyse a 3-factor (A, B & C) design with teh following results:
    Factor       p-value
    A              0.98
    B               0.54
    C              0.03
    A*B                        
     
    .   If A*B*C turns out to…[Read more]

  • Paddy replied to the topic DOE: Reducing the Model in the forum General 17 years, 10 months ago

    The answer is simply no – you do not have to keep insignificant interactions in the model.
    Let’s say you are using Minitab to analyse a 3-factor (A, B & C) design with teh following results:
    Factor       p-value
    A              0.98
    B               0.54
    C              0.03
    A*B                       
     
    .   If A*B*C turns out to…[Read more]

  • Paddy replied to the topic DOE: Reducing the Model in the forum General 17 years, 10 months ago

    The answer is simply no – you do not have to keep insignificant interactions in the model.
    Let’s say you are using Minitab to analyse a 3-factor (A, B & C) design with teh following results:
    Factor       p-value
    A              0.98
    B               0.54
    C              0.03
    A*B                      
     
    .   If A*B*C turns out t…[Read more]

  • Paddy replied to the topic DOE: Reducing the Model in the forum General 17 years, 10 months ago

    The answer is simply no – you do not have to keep insignificant interactions in the model.
    Let’s say you are using Minitab to analyse a 3-factor (A, B & C) design with teh following results:
    Factor       p-value
    A              0.98
    B               0.54
    C              0.03
    A*B                     
     
    .   If A*B*C turns out…[Read more]

  • Severity, : You can choose the right score if you try and change the text in the ‘Criterria” column in AIAG FMEA Manual so that it suits the effects related to your product / process.
    occurence : There is more objectivity already in the table of AIAG manual
    detection : Again try and modify the text to suit the necessary controls / causes /…[Read more]