On-line information on Design of Experiments and Analysis of Data
Links in this color only available on the Clarkson University campus
· Books and courses:
· ”Design and Analysis of Experiments” (7th Edition) by D.C. Montgomery, Wiley (2009)
· “Statistics at Square One,” 10th edition, T.D.V. Swinscow and M.J. Campbell, BMJ Books (2002). Introductory book primarily for medical statistics.
· “Statistical Design and Analysis of Experiments - With Applications to Engineering and Science,” 2nd Edition, Mason, Robert L.; Gunst, Richard F.; Hess, James L. (2003, John Wiley & Sons) Also available here.
· Eureqa Formulize: http://formulize.nutonian.com/ (Searches for equations giving the best fit to data, while you watch!)
· On-line fitting of 2D and 3D data (You pick the equation and it finds the constants giving the best fit.)
· Gnumeric (free open-source substitute for Excel, for data analysis)
· Design Expert from StatEase (design and analysis of factorial, RSM and mixture experiments)
· Minitab (design and analysis of factorial, RSM and mixture experiments; data mining)
· JMP from SAS (design and analysis of factorial and RSM experiments; data mining)
· Unscrambler from Camo (design of experiments and analysis of data)
· Statistica from StatSoft (data analysis and mining)
· IBM SPSS (data analysis and mining)
· Spotfire from TIBCO (data analysis and mining)
· NCSS (power and sample size analysis; data analysis)
· Free information and advice from StatEase
· Articles and case studies For example:
· Excellent introduction: Optimize Your Process-Optimization Efforts”: (published in Chemical Engineering Progress, December 1996, p 51)
· Excellent: “Find the Optimal Formulation with Mixtures”: (published in Chemical Engineering Progress, April 1998, p 63)
· AND MANY MORE
· Webinars (PowerPoint slides of previous webinars, and announcements of future webinars)
· Power and sample size calculators: (Do this while planning the experiment, and not after when it’s too late.)
· Data mining:
· “Discovering Knowledge in Data: An Introduction to Data Mining,” Daniel T. Larose, Wiley (2005). Many other E-books on data mining available through libraries.
· Graphical display of time-dependent (longitudinal) data. Amazing graphical displays.
· GDP/capita, population, CO2 emission, agricultural production, child mortality, HIV infection of countries: http://www.gapminder.org/
· Housing prices of states: http://www.socr.ucla.edu/test.dir/GoogleMotionChart.html
Last revised April 18, 2013 by W.R. Wilcox
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