Of Experiments Courses Summary
- 3 ASQ RUs each
- self-paced, interactive
- 4 weeks of access each
- 2 weeks free extension
- 30 hours of work each
- qualified instructor
- 24/7 email support
- certificates of completion
- cost: $US250
ADVANCED Design Of Experiments
in both courses
Design of Experiments (DOE),
Advanced Design of Experiments Courses
The online courses in Design of Experiments (DOE)
and Advanced Design Of Experiments
(Advanced DOE) are ready for enrollment.
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The basic Design of Experiments course
covers single factor experiments, full factorial and
fractional factorial designs and screening designs.
It includes hypothesis testing, t-tests and F tests.
You will learn how to create designs, carry out the
experiments and analyze the results using the Minitab
software (if you don’t have access to Minitab
you can download a free evaluation copy from www.minitab.com).
The course is practical and interactive; after completing
it you will be capable and confident in using experimental
design to improve your processes.
The Advanced Design Of Experiments
course covers the Taguchi approach, Response Surface
Designs, Hill Climbing and Mixture Designs. The course
shows you how to use the advanced features of Minitab.
After completing the course you will be confident about
applying the methods to your processes, and in using
the Minitab software.
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Online Courses in
Design of Experiments (DOE), Advanced Design
Of Experiments (DOE)
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What Students Said about the Course
Baugher, Process Development Engineer, Applied Biosystems - "I've
found that your course provides the same information given in the
Montgomery texts, but your course supplies it in a palatable manner
in which I can understand the applications. I've found myself glazing
over looking at the SPC and DOE Montgomery texts, which can read
like a mathematics proof. Your course bridges that gap for me."
deMario, Engineer, Select Technologies - "Being able to
view the sample methods was very important. Examples were clear and
the process of learning in related steps from page to page worked well.
The concepts of paired and unpaired tests and confidence intervals were
made clear. I've read several statistic books that have left me confused
with these topics. I have used the ANOVA test before in my workplace
and can now use it more efficiently and with better understanding."
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Viscose, Indonesia - "It was my first online course.
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well as 'how to' info when you get stuck on a problem. It
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After completing the basic Design
of Experiments course you will be able to improve your processes
by using full or fractional factorial experimental design.
Specifically you will be able to:
- use t-tests and F tests
- design and analyze single factor experiments using ANOVA
- select a full or fractional factorial design , including
screening and Packett-Burman designs
- analyze the results using ANOVA, Residual Analysis, Normal
Probability Plots and transforms
- use the Minitab software to create and analyze your designs
- use experimental design to improve your processes
After completing the Advanced DOE course you will be able
- analyze dispersion using the Taguchi Signal to Noise Ratio
and classical methods
- use and analyze Taguchi designs
- add center points to experimental designs
- apply response surface methods, including Central Composite
and Box-Behnken designs
- use the 'hill climbing' approach to find the process
- analyze mixture designs
- use Minitab to set up and analyze Taguchi, response surface
and mixture designs
Main Topics for the Basic Design of Experiments Course:
- hypothesis testing, t-test and F tests
- single factor experiments and ANOVA
- full and fractional factorial designs
- screening designs and Plackett-Burman designs
- residual analysis, normal probability plots and transforms
Main Topics for the Advanced Course
- Taguchi Signal to Noise Ratio
- Taguchi approach to experimental design, including inner
and outer arrays, Taguchi arrays and linear graphs
- Response Surface Designs (Central Composite and Box Behnken)
- Hill Climbing
- Mixture Designs
The online courses in Design of Experiments are self-paced
and include interactive tutorials, questionnaires, case studies
and email support. You will be given access to the course
material for 4 weeks for each course which can be extended
by 2 weeks on request at no extra cost. The average time to
work through all of the course material is about 30 hours
for each course. If you work through over 80% of course material
you will receive a certificate of completion.
The basic and Advanced DOE courses cost $US250
each. You can SAVE $US110 by enrolling in
both courses at the same time (select DOE Package
on the enrollment form).