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JMP 11 Design of Experiments Guide by SAS Institute

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Chapter 16  
Augmented Designs
 
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If you treat experimentation as an iterative process, you can master the temptation to assume that one successful screening experiment has optimized your process. You can also avoid disappointment if a screening experiment leaves behind some ambiguities. The augment designer helps facilitate experimentation as an iterative process.
The augment designer modifies an existing design data table, supporting your iterative process. It gives the following five choices:
replicate the design a specified number of times
add center points
create a foldover design
add axial points together with center points to transform ...

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