Here is a reader-friendly guide to the techniques needed for successful experiments. It begins with basic concepts and proceeds in a cumulative manner through the specialized techniques needed for effective application. While avoiding needless complexity, the concepts and techniques are clearly explained, allowing the reader to immediately use the tools to obtain understandable, useful, and easily communicated results.
working with variation
the analysis of means
the concept of analysis of variance
making specific comparisons using contrasts
interaction effects and orthogonal arrays
getting more out of plackett-burman designs
response plots and anom plots with screening designs