Fall 2019 - STAT 430 D100
Statistical Design and Analysis of Experiments (3)
Class Number: 4574
Delivery Method: In Person
An extension of the designs discussed in STAT 350 to include more than one blocking variable, incomplete block designs, fractional factorial designs, and response surface methods. Quantitative.
- Design principles
- Completely randomized designs
- Randomized block designs
- Blocking in more than one direction: Latin squares and more
- Factorial designs
- Fractional factorial designs
- Assignments 20%
- Midterm 30%
- Final 50%
Above grading is subject to change.
Design and Analysis of Experiments, 9th ed. by Douglas C. Montgomery. Publisher: Wiley
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