Tag Archives: Design of experiments (DOE)

Could Null Hypothesis State Difference?

Q: Does a null hypothesis always state that there is no difference?  Could there be a null hypothesis that claims there is?  In the U.S. legal system, the null hypothesis is that the accused is assumed innocent until proven guilty.  In another legal … Continue reading

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ISO 17025 Clause 5.4.2 – Selection of Methods

Q: We are working with the Mexican Accreditation Entity (EMA) for certification to ISO/IEC 17025:2005 General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories. Clause 5.4.2 states: The laboratory shall confirm that it can properly operate standard methods before introducing the tests … Continue reading

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Design of experiments (DOE)

Q: I am looking for research articles or review papers on Design of experiments (DOE) specially focused on Response surface methods, Split Plot designs, MANOVA, and Repeated measures designs and analysis.  Any help to locate these articles will be greatly appreciated. … Continue reading

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