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Repetitions versus Replications

Many Six Sigma practitioners struggle to differentiate between a repetition and replication. Normally this confusion arises when dealing with Design of Experiments (DOE). Let’s use an example to explain the difference. Sallie wants to run a DOE in her paint booth. After some brainstorming and data analysis she decides to

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Demystifying Design of Experiments

I love Design of Experiments (DOE). Over the years I have done my fair share of them – everything from simple 2^2 full factorial designs to your more complicated Response Surface Methodology designs. Tonight I want to start by explaining what DOE’s are and what they are not. I will

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