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    wahdan
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    Please recommend some good Design of Experiments DOE books, not very complicated!!

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    #91711

    Ron
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    DOE
     by Montgomery

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    #91715

    Eileen
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    Tarek,
    A very good introductory book is “Quality Improvement through Planned Experimentation” by Ron Moen, Nolan, and Lloyd Provost.
    Classics which have proven themselves over time,
    “Statistics for Experimenters” by Box, Hunter, and Hunter.
    “Statistical Methods” by Snedecor and Cochran.
    Eileen

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    #91717

    Doc
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    My favorite is “Design and Analysis of Experiments” by Douglas C. Montgomery.
    I really like all of his books, including his “Introduction to Statistical Quality  Control” and “Introduction to Linear Regression Analysis”.
    Montgomery has a nice simple writting style that I find easy to read. I wish he would write a good intro to categorical data analysis. I have the one by Agresti, but for some reason I struggle understanding much of the more advanced topics.
     
    P.S. I am not associated with Dr. Montgomery, nor did I go to school even remotely close to Arizona.

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    #91718

    Ø6 Sigma BB Coordinator
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    I like this book :
    Understanding Industrial Designed Experiments
    by Stephen R. Schmidt and Robert G. Launsby
     

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    #91729

    NKKhoo
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    I second this. This book has a lot of case studies and more readable than many DOE books in my stock.

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    #91742

    kromulis
    Participant

    How about:
    For DOE and STAT:
    Watered down DOE for the business fool: an elementary approach
    4 and a half months to nothing, the new life of a BB(a novel)
    How to spew multi-syllabic research terminology and sound legitimate
    The Charlatan Concoction (a newsletter)
    Data Analysis in the business world: Where tomfoolery and minitab collide
    Data Drivel: a cubicle coincidence
    Covariance and Collusion: white collars doing time
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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