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How to Recognize A Split-Plot Experiment

@article{Kowalski2003HowTR,
  title={How to Recognize A Split-Plot Experiment},
  author={Scott M. Kowalski and Kevin J. Potcner},
  journal={Quality Progress},
  year={2003},
  volume={36},
  pages={60-66}
}
60 I NOVEMBER 2003 I www.asq.org he application of statistically designed experiments is becoming increasingly important in organizations engaged in Six Sigma and other quality initiatives. In conducting these experiments and analyzing the resulting data, experimenters become aware of the treatment structure of the design: the number of factors to be studied and the various factor level combinations. For example, most practitioners know a 2 full factorial design consists of three factors, each… 

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