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Wed 5 Jul, Mon 10 Jul 2023
13:00 - 17:00

Venue: Wolfson Lecture Theatre

Provided by: Department of Chemistry


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ST18 - Design & Analysis of Experiments by ML

Wed 5 Jul, Mon 10 Jul 2023


This complimentary hands-on workshop is offered to PhD students and researchers at University of Cambridge who want to learn more about design of experiments (DOE) and data analysis. DOE skills are highly demanded by industry and still under-represented in many university curricula. Design of experiments is a practical and ubiquitous approach for exploring multifactor opportunity spaces, and JMP offers world-class capabilities for design and analysis in a form you can easily use without any programming. To properly uncover how inputs (factors) jointly affect the outputs (responses), DOE is the most efficient and effective way – and the only predictable way – of learning. Unlike the analysis of existing data, designed experiments can tell you about cause and effect, drive innovation and test opportunities by exploring new factor spaces. In addition to classical DOE designs, JMP also offers an innovative custom design capability that tailors your design to answer specific questions without wasting precious resources. Once the data has been collected, JMP streamlines the analysis and model building so you can easily see the pattern of response, identify active factors and optimize responses.

In this course you will learn to understand why to consider DOE analyze experiments with a single categorical factor using analysis of variance (ANOVA) analyze experiments with a single continuous factor using regression analysis understand the difference between classical and optimal designs design, analyze and interpret screening experiments incl. Definitive Screening Design design, analyze and interpret experiments in response surface methodology augment designs for sequential experimentation apply robust optimization evaluate and compare designs understand advanced features like blocking, split-plot experiments and covariates

The format of this course will be a mix of concept presentations, live demos and hands-on exercises. Most examples are inspired by chemistry and biotech, but can be easily transferred to other fields like materials science, agri-food science or engineering. Attendees should have access to JMP Pro (pre-installed). JMP Pro 17 is available for all attendees from University of Cambridge for both Windows and Mac. No prior knowledge required. All content and demos will be shared with the participants.


Number of sessions: 2

# Date Time Venue Trainer
1 Wed 5 Jul   13:00 - 17:00 13:00 - 17:00 Wolfson Lecture Theatre
2 Mon 10 Jul   13:00 - 17:00 13:00 - 17:00 Wolfson Lecture Theatre

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