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Teaching DOE

Most Practical DOE Explained (with Template)

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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Teaching DOE Using Formula Fuelers Toy Motorcycles

When teaching Design for Six Sigma (DFSS), one of the challenges was that some of the trainees had been through Green Belt and Black Belt DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control) training. On the topic of design of experiments (DOE), they were familiar with the statapult exercise and were either bored with the contraption or…

DOE for Services: Right Training Makes It a Valuable Tool

When it comes to mastering design of experiments (DOE), many quality professionals experience a steep learning curve. DOE can be complex, and to fully understand and apply it, professionals need to learn when to use it, how to set up the experimental design and how to interpret their results.  Service quality professionals face an even…