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Column: Technical Aids: Computer Programs: Analysis of Two-Level Factorial Experiments

Summary: A BASIC program is given that applies Yates' method of analyzing replicated two-level factorial experiments. Mean effects and sums of squares are printed out. User-specified mean effects can be set to zero following which expected values, residuals, and the mean square for error are calculated and printed out.

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  • Topics: Design of Experiments
  • Keywords: Computer programs,Values,Factorial experiments,Residuals,Algorithm
  • Author: Nelson, Lloyd S.; Nelson, Peter R. (edited by)
  • Journal: Journal of Quality Technology