Design and Analysis of Experiments in MINITAB

Mohammad Sadegh Mobin
Mohammad Sadegh Mobin (Ph.D Candidate, M.S., B.S.)
Mohammad Sadegh Mobin is pursuing his Ph.D. in Engineering Management at Western New England University. Prior to coming to WNE, Mobin was a Quality Engineer and Consultant (2006–2012) in different service and manufacturing industries. He also taught several courses, including “Applied Statistics” and “Quality Management”. He has ...read more

Date:
May 11, 2017

Time:
9:00 AM Pacific time

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Abstract: This webinar will cover several MINITAB applications in the design and analysis of experiments (DOE). There are several DOE-based tools in MINITAB, each applicable considering several assumptions, for various purposes, and under some specific circumstances. This webinar will demonstrate how to effectively utilize DOE tools in MINITAB to design, conduct, and analyze an experiment. A short review of DOE terminology, concepts, applications, goals, etc. will be presented at the beginning. Different DOE-based approaches, including: One Factor Designs, ANOVA, Factorial Design, Two-Level Factorial Design, Fractional Factorial Design, Response Surface Methodology, Desirability Functions Approach, etc. will be presented. For each tool, several real-world DOE examples will be investigated and analyzed in MINITAB.


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