Most Practical DOE Explained (with Template)

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For purposes of learning, using, or teaching design of experiments (DOE), one can argue that an eight run array is the most practical and universally applicable array that can be chosen. There are several forms of and names given to the various types of these eight run arrays (e.g., 2^3 Full Factorial, Taguchi L8, 2^4-1 […]

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Give Trainees DOE Experience with Simulated Experiments

Give Trainees DOE Experience with Simulated Experiments

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Design of experiments (DOE) is an important tool for driving improvement, but experimentation can be an expensive endeavor. Through simulations, new Belts can get hands-on training while learning the challenges of DOE before they apply it to costly real-world experiments.

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DOE for Services: Right Training Makes It a Valuable Tool

DOE for Services: Right Training Makes It a Valuable Tool

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When it comes to mastering design of experiments, there can be a steep learning curve. Through a DOE simulation, trainees can get firsthand experience applying DOE concepts, learning how to set up the experimental design and how to interpret its results.

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Teaching DOE Using Toy Motorcycles

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For its Design for Six Sigma training course, one company sought a new, engaging way to teach DOE that was also budget friendly and provided consistent results. Solution: A toy motorcycle.

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