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JMP 11 Design of Experiments Guide by SAS Institute

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Mixture Design Types
To create a mixture design, choose DOE > Mixture Design, enter the responses and factors into the initial mixture designer panel, and click Continue. You then see the Linear Constraints report and the Choose Mixture Design Type panel. Both are shown in Figure 9.2.
Three design types support linear constraints: Optimal, Extreme Vertices, and Space Filling. If you have linear constraints and plan to use the Extreme Vertices or Space Filling Design Types, click the Linear Constraint button and enter these first. If you plan to use the Optimal Design Type, click Optimal and add the constraints under Define Factor Constraints in the dialog window that opens.
Select one of the design types from the panel. The default values shown ...

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